White-tailed Eagle TV
Welcome to EagleTV
This is nature’s own reality-show starring a white-tailed eagle family with two nestlings.
The webcam is streaming 24/7 from the eagle’s nest. At night we use a red light, not visible for the eagles. They experience natural darkness only.
From time to time we experience technical issues. We apologize in advance.
The two young eagles in the nest have both been equipped with GPS Transmitters - the small boxes with solarpanels on their backs.
For the first time our coverage of the white-tailed eagles at DOF/BirdLife Denmark’s EagleTV will reach beyond the life in the nest as the two young eagles are now participants in the GPS-project monitoring white-tailed eagles in Denmark. The scientific project is a cooperation between DOF/Birdlife Denmark and the Natural History Museum of Denmark at the University of Copenhagen.
We expect the young eagles to leave the nest by the end of June when they have reached an age of 82 to 86 days.
The white-tailed eagle (Haliaeetus albicilla) was absent from Denmark as a breeding bird for a hundred years due to heavy persecution in the 19th century, but 25 years ago a new Danish population was founded by eagles spreading north from Germany. Later some birds from southern Sweden settled in Denmark, and we have now reached a solid population of more than one hundred breeding pairs. The average number of fledglings from Danish white-tailed eagles’ nests is 1.4
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