Live webcam broadcasts a real-time view of the nest of bald eagles in Pittsburgh. A pair of Bald Eagles nest within 5 miles of downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, along the Monongahela River. Webcam allows you to observe birds remotely. The video stream is transmitted over the cellular network. The system is powered by a battery and charged by solar panels. The camera is a Pan-Tilt-Zoom camera with built-in IR illuminators for nighttime viewing. The camera is mounted in a tree about 9 meters from the nest site. The operator can remotely move and zoom the camera (up to 36x optical zoom) to follow the eagles. During the day, the video will be broadcast in color, and at night it will be black and white.