LAKE PLEASANT, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Arizona has a Bald Eagle camera, pointed at a nest in Lake Pleasant, 156 miles north of Tucson.
According to the Arizona Game and Fish Department this live-streaming camera "provides an unedited glimpse of nature in all its beauty and cruelness. As with nature, viewers may witness a variety of behaviors that may seem cruel, such as feeding on other wild animals, so viewer discretion is advised."
To watch the live-stream click here: https://www.azgfd.com/wildlife/viewing/webcamlist/baldeagle/baldeaglecam/
It is currently breeding season and eggs may be hatched at different times, according to AZGFD. This can lead to aggressive interactions between birds with possible results of injury or even death. Officials with AZGFD have stated they will likely not intervene if problems do arise. AZGFD may also temporarily interrupt the live-stream if needed.