LIVE Eagle’s Nest in Mark & Debbie Truyman’s front yard!

We are lucky to have this special view of the eagle’s nest in Mark & Debbie Truyman’s front yard on Lake Metonga in Wisconsin. Lake Metonga Association installed the camera last year to monitor the male and female couple and have been able to capture some great images of the pair.

Typically, eagles lay eggs once a year between January and March. After about 35-38 days of incubation, the eggs will hatch little eagles. This year, these two eagles laid two eggs!

Babies are expected to hatch around April 21st, 2019!

Watch our facebook page for LIVE updates! The video feed can be viewed here:  Mark Truyman’s LIVE Eagles Nest

The link is also available on Lake Metonga Association’s Website  and click on the “Truyman’s Eagle Tree Live Cam” link



Disclaimer: This video feed is LIVE and UNEDITED. We cannot control mother nature, some images may be hard to see. (Eagles have to eat too!)