Eagle Camera

Cardinal Land Conservancy’s Eagle Camera

We protect the land you love in Southwest Ohio and our Bortz Family Nature Preserve is one of the best. Endangered mussels, state-listed wildflowers, and loads of resident and migratory birds cover this 120-acre nature preserve inside the City of Cincinnati. This preserve is also where our eagles Bonnie & Clyde have built their nest – allowing us to capture and study them through our cameras.

Thank you to our sponsors!

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Orpha Ann Gatch Foundation

2024 Timeline

February 13th - Bonnie laid the first egg.

February 16th - Bonnie laid the second and final egg of the season.

March 21st - The first egg hatched and the second egg begins pipping.

March 23rd- The second egg hatched

Please consider becoming a new or repeat 'Cam Keeper' by donating to our Eagle Fund.

Turn the sound on and off in the bottom left corner of the video.

Please note, our cameras run on solar energy. When the batteries run low, our team works to maximize battery life by turning off one or more cameras during non-peak hours. We appreciate your patience.

Bonnie laying the 1st Egg of 2024

2024 Eaglet Timeline

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By signing up for our eagle newsletter below, you will get the latest on what’s happening in the nest.

     

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