Link to Oregon’s Golden Eagle Webcam here

Located several miles east of Sisters, Oregon on the Whychus Creek Canyon, this Eagle Cam was the brainchild of Janet Zuelke and Forrest Babcock, who, at the time, owned the property across the canyon from the nest.  They built a gazebo to house the equipment, and engineered the optical system that is able to capture images from 1200 or so feet across the canyon, and beam them out to the internet.

Photo by Gary Miller.

The land that the nest is on is owned by the Deschutes Land Trust and is managed as a wildlife preserve called Aspen Hollow Preserve. East Cascades Audubon Society funds the eagle cam with operation and maintenance provided by volunteers Jim Hammond (optics), Leslie Lawrence (website, and current owner of camera site), and Anthony Kay (technical support).  

Bald Eagle Webcams : (none in Oregon)

Stewards of the Upper Mississippi River :

Big Bear Bald Eagle Nest Cam

Decorah Iowa Bald Eagles

360 Degree Avon Lake Eaglecam

Books and Field Guides

Other Eagle Organizations