Actual eagles, that is - I just had to share! I'm currently obsessed with the Outdoor Channel's "Eagle Cam". It is exactly what it sounds like, a 24/7 camera that captures live footage of eagles! The camera lets you watch a bald eagle couple and their two babies in their home. The nest is 100 feet high in a sycamore tree, and they are living in the National Conservation Training Center campus that is located in West Virginia! I didn't get to see when the babies were hatched a few weeks ago (sigh), but I have observed them eating fish, clumsily flopping around the nest (which is 6 feet across and 5 feet deep, by the way!), and resting with their parents. Why don't you see what they are up to right now?