Keep a live eye on the eagle’s nest! There’s no sound, but just hit play and enjoy the live view of these beautiful raptors! Or you can find it here: The Minnesota DNR Nongame Wildlife Eagle Cam
According to a Minneapolis Star Tribune article by John Reinam published June 10 2017:
“Our bald eagle population is doing very well. We have the highest population of bald eagles in the Lower 48,” said Lori Naumann, a representative of the nongame wildlife program of the state Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Naumann said Minnesota has about 9,800 pairs of bald eagles, with the birds having made a remarkable comeback from 30 or so years ago, when they were considered endangered.