Now, thanks to the web cam which went live in December, viewers from all over the world have the opportunity to see the same view. As of Jan. 23, approximately 30,000 unique visitors – some from as far as way as Japan and Europe – had “tuned in” hoping to see the eagles on their nest.
The eagles have built a substantial nest in the top of a pine tree not far from the main entrance to the college. After leaving for several months, they reappeared in October and November 2012 and were seen mating. With an incubation period of 33 to 35 days for any eggs that might have been produced, offspring are expected soon.
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