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One of the most wonderful opportunities to experience wildlife, in a way that we would never be able to firsthand, is the live/streaming  eagle cam at Duke Farms in Hillsborough, NJ. Duke Farms is now working in conjunction with the Conserve Wildlife Foundation NJ, who are keeping even more current updates on the eagles and their babies as well as making available the eagle cam. Check out the latest updates on the CWF-NJ web site. 

Mama and Papa each are very active during the day, anxious to see their chicks born. According to the Duke Farms log, the pair had been visiting their nest in December and making repairs for the new nesting season.

There are currently 3 eggs in the nest, appearing February 28, March 4 and March 6 with estimated hatching dates of April 4, April 7, and April 10, respectively. As of today, no chick is seen yet, but tune in regularly and check on the nest. Once the chicks are born, they grow rapidly and  are branching before you know it.

Duke Farms is a 2,700-acre property in Hillsborough, N.J., operating for nearly 100 years, and has been a destination for the residents of The Garden State and beyond. It is one of the largest privately-owned parcels of undeveloped land in the state, rich in agricultural, horticultural and ecological resources. It was established by the late Doris Duke.

Note: The beautiful photo above is not taken at Duke Farms, but by Sarah Brucker,  available with permission for free download.

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