Bartlesville, Okla., is now home to two new bald eagle chicks, and with Sutton Avian Research Center’s live eagle camera, you can watch them prepare for life outside the nest.
The camera is sponsored by Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, which owns Frontier Wind Power I and II in Oklahoma. The Sutton Center has two cameras, one in Bartlesville and another in the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge, near Vian, Okla., which has one of the longest running nest cameras in the nation.
The Center provides research and recovery programs for bald eagles and is credited with restoring Oklahoma’s bald eagle population, surveying over 300 nests – with more than 250 in active use by bald eagles annually.
Watch these chicks get ready for flight by clicking the picture below or visiting the Sutton Center website.