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This year, the stream has amassed more than 57,670,000 views so far, according to the site. The hatching process has begun,” read a post on the eagle cam website Thursday afternoon.Harriet found her current mate M15 — short for "Male 2015" — last year after Ozzie died following a fight with another male eagle in the area, according to the eagle cam website.
Florida has one of the densest concentrations of nesting bald eagles in the United States, with an estimated 1,500 nesting pairs, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. It can take an entire day for the hatchlings to completely break through their egg after pipping, according to the National Eagle Center.
The build up to the hatching is being live-streamed 24/7 by the Southwest Florida Eagle Camera, offering a close-up look at the lives of female bald eagle Harriet and her mate, M15.
On Thursday afternoon, viewers caught a glimpse of the beginning of the hatching process, the first crack in an egg’s shell.
The first break in the shell is called a The eagle cam, hosted by a real estate company, has been chronicling Harriet’s nesting seasons since 2012.
Then, 16 million people tuned in to watch Harriet and her former mate Ozzie raise two eaglets from their birth to fledge, according to the company’s website.
million for environmental restoration projects. million for lake-wide aquatic invasive species control and a watercraft inspection program.
million to recover the Lahontan cutthroat trout, a federally threatened species. million for the cost of land exchanges and sales on both the California and Nevada sides of the Tahoe Basin.
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Bald eagles in the wild can live up to 28 years, according to the commission.