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Decorah Eagle Watch – Eagles4kids

March 25, 2012

Updated April 1, 2015

I am watching

The Eagles4kids camera broadcast is part of an ongoing school project and is managed by 3rd and 4th grade students from the SoSET school in Blair, Wisconsin and their teacher. The students also provide regular updates, often complete with video, on the project’s website: Student’s Daily Updates page.


The Decorah Eagles have been together since the winter of 2007-2008, the Eagles successfully hatched and fledged two eaglets in 2008, three in 2009, three in 2010 and three in 2011. This year, they are tending another trio of eggs, and the Internet is watching, waiting for them to hatch.

The Eagle Cam is part  of  The Raptor Resource Project.

This is a wonderful opportunity for you and your students to watch the eagles live as they hatch and grow over the next few weeks.

Lesson Resources

Watching is addictive. We find ourselves checking on them every morning and evening.


Linda C.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Susan Schneider permalink
    March 26, 2012 8:22 pm

    As students watch the Decorah eagles on the webcam, DECORAH EAGLES: A Love Story, written by Susan Schneider, an elementary teacher and reading specialist of thirty seven years, offers background knowledge and vocabulary to watch this year’s nest. This fully-photographed work engages the reader in essential concepts and skills in Common Core Science Standards to help them compare the 2011 nest with this year’s nest. It is published by Friesen Press and is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.


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