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The Harrison Bay Eagle Cam Project
The Harrison Bay Eagle Cam Project is designed to allow viewers an upclose view of the nesting habits and process of a pair of American Bald Eagles. The nest is located on the grounds of Harrison Bay State Park near Chattanooga, Tennessee. The project is not possible without the generous funding and sponsorship from many donors and sponsors. Primary funding for the Eagle Cam Project comes from a grant from the United States Golf Association and is sponsored primarily by the Friends of Harrison Bay State Park and the Tennessee State Parks system.
Purpose: To provide interested viewers a glimpse into the habits of a nesting pair of American Bald Eagles and to show how golf courses can be a suitable and safe habitat for birds and wildlife.
First Nesting Season: 2011—Two eaglets (HB1 and HB2) hatched and fledged successfully
Second Nesting Season: 2012—Cameras installed by State Park Ranger Angelo Giansante
. Two eggs laid, the first on Feb. 11 and the second on Feb. 14.
Neither eaglet survived the hatching process.
Third Nesting Season: 2013—Two eggs laid, the first on Feb. 10 and the second on Feb. 13.
First eaglet (HB3) hatched on March 20. First seen around 7:30 AM
Second eaglet (HB4) hatched on March 21. First seen around 7:30 PM
Adult Eagles Named: Elliott (male) and Eloise (female)