The Fort St. Vrain Eagle Cam
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Go to Raptor Resource Project Website
This live Eagle Cam is made possible through the combined efforts of the Colorado Division of Wildlife, Xcel Energy, the employees of the Fort St. Vrain power station (where the nest is located), and the Raptor Resource Project who designed and built the original nest-cam system.

Click the links at left to view the live Bald Eagle Cam page or daily photos.  During summer and fall the links to the cameras may be offline.  The eagles are most active in their nest from early winter through late spring when the eaglets fledge.

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American Bald Eagle Info Website
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In June 2006, when the eaglets were banded by the Colorado Division of Wildlife, Denver's Channel 9 News did a short film of the event.