Live: A pair of bald eagles nest at Big Bear Lake in California – Ep. 6

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    Perched at a height of 145 feet on a Jeffrey pine tree in California’s Big Bear Lake, the nest houses Jackie and Shadow, a pair of bald eagles. The pair’s first egg was laid on February 8 and a second clutch of eggs was laid on February 11. Since then, the pair has been protecting and incubating the eggs.

    This live feed is owned and operated by the Friends of Big Bear Valley (FOBBV), a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the 15-mile Big Bear Valley.

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