I posted about the eagle cam before and here is an update from the DNR. The pair of eagles visiting the DNR eaglecam nest this year seems to be the same birds that saw two eaglets fledge and fly off last year. We were able to get a good view of the female’s leg-band, and it appears to be a match. As you may recall, these eagles laid their eggs during the first week of January in 2013 . In 2014 eggs were laid in mid-February [starting on Valentine’s Day]. We are seeing some activity in the nest, stick moving and sitting, but are hopeful that the recent cold temperatures [-15 F- actual air temp] will delay egg laying until later in February. Help us keep watch at http://www.webcams.dnr.state.mn.us/eagle.