The Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey and Duke Farms are making it possible this spring to bird-watch from your desk with an Eagle Cam, above. The camera, at Duke Farms in Hillsborough, provides a window onto the lives of two bald eagles and their offspring.
The pair of eagles has been nesting at Duke Farms since 2005 and has raised six eaglets, according to the foundation. This season, they have been tending to three eggs; the first eaglet was confirmed on Monday morning. The others could hatch very soon.
The male in the pair of adult eagles is banded, with a silver band on one leg and a green one — indicating he was raised in New Jersey — on the other.
Click here for another CWF webcam, the Peregrine Cam. This one is installed on the roof of 101 Hudson St. in Jersey City and allowing a look at the peregrine falcons that live there.