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  • Location: San Bernadino National Forest, Fawnskin, California
  • Source: FOBBV CAM
  • Info: Live bald eagle webcam in Big Bear Valley in the San Bernardino National Forest in Southern California. The bald eagles shown are called Jackie and Shadow.
    The first egg of 2024 was laid on January 25th. There are three eggs in the nest but sadly it seems they are unlikely to hatch.
    This live eagle cam is owned and operated by Friends of Big Bear Valley, a nonprofit organization.

    To watch more live views of bald eagles in North America, visit : Live Bald Eagle Webcams, United States

More info: Historically, bald eagles only wintered in Big Bear Valley in order to find sources of food including waterfowl and fish which were not available further north, in the frozen lakes.

In 2012 the first bald eagle chick (at least the first in recorded history) hatched in Big Bear Valley and the chick was successfully raised to fledge. Since then, about a dozen bald eagle eggs have been laid with just a fraction of them hatching and growing to maturity. Roughly 50% of eaglets survive to adulthood, making protection of their nesting habitat that much more important.

This Big Bear Valley bald eagle webcam was first installed in the fall of 2015 and recorded its first bald eagle nesting season in 2017.

Video of the Big Bear Bald Eagle Nest covered with snow:

Here you can read the history of the bald eagles in big Bear Valley.

Additional Information:
  • Bald Eagles in California - California Dept of Fish and Wildlife -
  • Bald Eagles on the San Bernardino National Forest -
  • Bald Eagle - All About Birds -
  • Bald Eagle - Audubon Field Guide -
  • Bald Eagle - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service -