I don't know about you, but I really enjoy animal cams. When the Puppy Bowl was in town, I couldn't get enough of the live feed. I put it up on the corner of my screen at work and would occasionally glance at it while I worked so get a nice, warm feeling inside.
Now, there's a new animal cam on the scene that I will be watching this week. A nest of two bald eagle eggs on a college campus in Georgia has been live streaming on the Internet. You can check it out right now and see the mama eagle protecting the nest. Experts say the eggs will be hatching soon, and I don't want to miss it!
The eagles have called the Berry College campus home since 2012. This will be the fourth and fifth baby eagles to be born on campus. The birds are so popular that they even have their own Facebook page.
Check out the eagle cam online right now. The momma eagle has been protecting her nest all morning and I find it simply fascinating. Her eggs are expected to hatch within the next few days, so stay tuned! It's something you don't want to miss, I know I don't!