Biodiversity Research Institute in Gorham has confirmed one of its Web cameras is documenting the progress of a bald eagle egg at a central Maine nest.

The camera is one of several installed by the institute to help the public learn more about Maine’s wild birds, including bald eagles.

The eagles began bringing grasses to line the nest bowl about two weeks ago and laid an egg during the late afternoon on March 8, according to Patrick Keenan, the institute’s outreach coordinator.

View the institute’s Eaglecam2 webcam. It is one of seven remote cameras.


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