Watch Baby Bald Eagle Cam Live From East Tennessee.


Check out the patriotic cuteness of three baby blad eagle eagletts in Bluff City,TN. The cameras are a project of East Tennessee State University.

According to the university, "For the first time since ETSU has been filming the Johnson City nest, Shima delivered a third egg on 2/7/2018. Bald Eagles primarily lay 1-2 eggs and it's rare for a third egg. We are excited to share this nesting season with everyone."

If you're wondering why they don't have white heads, it's because that comes with age. It takes up to five years before a fledgling gets his signature white dome.