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Minnesota Bound's live 'Eagle Cam' is back again for 2014.

A solar powered camera was placed above the nest 75 feet up in a cottonwood tree along the Crow river in central Minnesota. The nest is about 7 feet in diameter and 7 feet deep. Each spring the eagle pair adds a foot of new material.

Eggs are usually laid in early March and are incubated for 35 days. Watch the Minnesota Bound story about the dramatic 2012 season when one chick became trapped in the nest. Minnesota Bound Eagle Cam page.

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