New cameras, trained on nest, put Pittsburgh's bald eagles back online

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PITTSBURGH — A live video feed is again turning Pittsburgh into eagle country.

A round-the-clock stream featuring the city's beloved bald eagles went back online Thursday after volunteers mounted a pair of cameras in nearby trees.

The Post-Gazette reports ( ) the cameras trained on the eagles' nest in the city's Hays neighborhood are back in time for the breeding season beginning in mid-January.

The newspaper reports a stream from a single camera earlier this year captured the eagles' eggs hatching, chicks being fed, learning to fly and leaving the nest. It attracted 3.5 million views.

Murrysville-based security PixController provided the cameras and is working with the Pennsylvania Game Commission and Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania on the project.



Information from: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette,

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