It was a monumental event for eagles enthusiasts in March when the eagles in Redding’s Turtle Bay nest hatched three new eaglets. Since then, the webcam of the nest is streamed live 24/7, enabling the public watch as the parents take care of their brand new babies. It’s an up-close look at nature at its finest.
Liberty and Guardian have been well-known residents of Redding, as they together enjoy a nest off Highway 44 along the Sacramento River. The annual hatch at the nest has seen its troubles over the recent years, with only three new eaglets surviving from 2018 to 2020. Now, three baby eagles are living in the nest and you can watch their day-to-day activities all day long on the YouTube livestream:
Watch as the eaglets hang out in the nest, frequently joined by mom and dad to get a feeding of nearby delicacies, like rainbow trout from the Sacramento River. All three seem healthy and barring a catastrophe, stand a good chance to live a long and prosperous life in NorCal.
You can also join and chat with local experts on the livestream. The live chats occur on Monday through Friday from 8-12pm and 3-7pm as well as Saturday & Sunday from 1-6pm. The video is run by the Friends of Redding Eagles, who captures awesome video of the eagles like this one:
Northern California’s Outdoor Digital Newsmagazine