White Rock Eagle Cam

White Rock Eagle Cam

This Bald Eagle nest is located on a private portion of the White Rock bluff overlooking Boundary Bay. The property owners have donated the installation of a camera for viewers to watch this active eagle nest and document the action.

This camera is provided by Hancock Wildlife Foundation and WildEarth.

  • Living primarily near large bodies of water, bald eagles prefer to eat fish, but will also eat carrion and small animals such as birds, rodents and turtles.
  • Bald Eagles will normally build their large nests atop tall trees. New nests generally measure 5 feet in diameter and 2 feet deep.
  • They will often use the same nesting site for several years, adding materials over time. This causes the nest to expand in height, length, and weight each year.
  • Bald eagles can rotate their heads in an arc of 270 degrees. They fly at speeds of 36 to 44 miles per hour but can reach up to 200mph when diving.

This Bald Eagle nest is located on a private portion of the White Rock bluff overlooking Boundary Bay. The property owners have donated the installation of a camera for viewers to watch this active eagle nest and document the action.