Black Eagle Cam

Black Eagle Cam

This Black Eagle camera comes from Johannesburg, South Africa. The nest of this pair of Eagles, Emoyeni and Thulane, is embedded into a rock face of a 164 – foot high cliff.

Emoyeni laid two eggs this season and both hatched. However, the second eaglet did not survive. The current eaglet, "Jono," hatched on June 13, 2014. This eaglet is expected to fledge in September after 90-99 days in the nest.

This camera is in partnership with Africam, your live window into the African wilderness. Visit Africam.com to enjoy your virtual safari where you can see Lions, Leopards, Elephants, Zebras and other wild animals in their natural habitat.

Schedule

  • 1:00 am - 2:00 pm ET are the best viewing hours

This Black Eagle camera comes from Johannesburg, South Africa. The nest of this pair of Eagles, Emoyeni and Thulane, is embedded into a rock face of a 164 – foot high cliff.

This is the second clutch of eggs laid this season, the first did not hatch, and both mother and chick will have to fight the heat and the elements to ensure survival. Emoyeni has already defied the odds due to her age with the success of the second clutch of eggs so we watch with fingers crossed.

This camera is in partnership with Africam, your live window into the African wilderness. Visit Africam.com to enjoy your virtual safari where you can see Lions, Leopards, Elephants, Zebras and other wild animals in their natural habitat.