Live webcam installed at the nest of bald eagles at Fraser Point, Santa Cruz Island, off the west coast of California, USA. The camera shows in real-time the life of birds of prey and allows you to watch at close range how eagles hatch eggs and raise chicks. This camera is about 20m from the Fraser Point Bald Eagle nest discovered in 2017 after their previous nest fell out of the tree. The female (A-46) hatched at the Pelican Harbor nest on Santa Cruz Island in 2006. She was the first known bald eagle to hatch on the Channel Islands since 1950. The male, A-64, is her brother and hatched at the Pelican Harbor nest in 2008. He was knocked out of the nest by a subadult eagle and had a puncture in his beak. After being treated at veterinarians, he was released back on Santa Cruz from a hacking tower. This pair has been breeding since 2012 and successfully raised three chicks at this nest in 2017. Watch a live webcam at the nest of bald eagles at any time of the day in Full HD high definition. At night, the broadcast becomes black and white. The online player allows you to watch the camera in real-time and rewind the recording of the broadcast 4 hours ago and see recent events in the nest of bald eagles at Fraser Point cape of Santa Cruz Island. Sometimes, an operator operates the webcam to aim it at interesting events in the nest of eagles and around it.