The BirdLife Australia Discovery Centre is an interactive, interpretive hub that provides opportunities for people to learn about, and engage with, birds in their natural habitat. What better way to do so than by observing our resident pair of White-bellied Sea-Eagles on the nest? EagleCAM, gives bird lovers, researchers and scientists 24-hour access to the lives of nesting sea-eagles and allows us to investigate their habitat, behaviour and how we can help them survive long term.
Established in 2009, EagleCAM (Sea-EagleCAM on Ustream) is a live, remote feed that operates out of the Discovery Centre in the Newington Armory at Sydney Olympic Park, close to the Parramatta River. EagleCAM was started and funded by a small group of BirdLife Australia volunteers, who continue to develop and operate the technology that brings the sea-eagles to your screen.
Calendar of Events
August 10 2016 - SE18 presumed to have died overnight
August 9 2016 - SE18 last seen alive in nest
July 31 2016 - SE18 hatches
July 29 2016 - SE17 hatches
June 23 2016 1:15am - Second egg laid (SE18)
June 19 2016 9:00pm - First egg laid (SE17)
April - New female ("Lady") arrives
February - Adult Female Eagle missing
January - SE15's condition worsened and euthanasia was deemed necessary.
For more on the history of this nest see: Sydney Sea-Eagles - History