This year, we celebrate forty years of effective conservation. Get eagle updates The last egg on our Eagle Cam met its demise yesterday.
A juvenile bald eagle, likely a 3-year-old bird, spent roughly two hours in the nest.
The bird was obviously looking for an easy meal and found leftover carrion to pick at. After rolling it around a bit, it finally grasped the egg with its talon and crushed the shell.
That's why we have developed a number of advanced ways to meet and see strangers.With this pair, the female appears to have a brighter, whiter head than the male.Learn more »An eagle camera is a great way of getting a close-up view of nature without even leaving home.We offer multiple cam rooms, our unique integration of social profiles allows chatters to interact and share pictures.Speaking on your mobile phones, desktops is easy making well ahead of the competition.This year, the female’s new mate appears to have been a first-time nester, learning from the female how to place sticks, share food and incubate the eggs.Duties normally shared by both birds fell disproportionately to the female, who was unable to feed herself, incubate the eggs and deal with harsh weather on her own.Please note that while the cameras stream live 24 hours a day, FONZ volunteer operators will only be following the pandas during regular business hours.Be sure to toggle back and forth between Panda Cam 1 and Panda Cam 2 using the tabs at the top of the video player to get the full Panda Cam experience.Welcome to the Smithsonian's National Zoo's Panda Cams, where you can watch giant pandas Tian Tian, Mei Xiang and Bei Bei.While you are watching pandas chomp on bamboo, play in trees and tumble in the grass, specially trained volunteers with Friends of the National Zoo are hard at work using these cameras to collect behavioral data on the giant pandas.