If you’re a fan of live eagle cams, you may be familiar with the Decorah Eagles. On August 3, PBS World will air the documentary “The Eagles of Decorah.” The show promises a “captivating look” at the eagles that have gained worldwide fame and notoriety.
There are two live streams from Decorah Iowa that are popular cans with avid eagle watchers. These are the Decorah eagle cam and the Decorah North Nest cam. Both cams are operated by the Raptor Resource Project.
“The Eagles of Decorah” documentary follows the work of the Raptor Resource Project after the original eagles’ nest was destroyed in a 2015 storm.
Bob Anderson founded the Raptor Resource Project and has unfortunately since passed away. Anderson is featured in the documentary.
It is evident that Anderson had a deep love and appreciation for the birds.
You can see the documentary below. Check your local PBS station for local times and channel information. Please keep in mind that not all stations will show the documentary on August 3.
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Have you watched the Decorah eagles before? Did you follow them this past season?
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Watch the Decorah North Nest live cam below.
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