But if you live in the Twin Cities or elsewhere in Minnesota, there are lots of places outdoors such as state parks where you can watch eagles and other wildlife, and do fun things like catch fish, paddle a canoe, and more.
It turns out the camera had been failing and has now failed completely.
Repairing or replacing it at this stage of the chicks' development would be too dangerous for them.
Hurricane Irma has been reduced to a Category 3 storm but incredibly powerful winds of more than 100 mph are still being forecast.
Residents and holidaymakers in Orlando have been told to stock up on supplies and prepare to hunker down when “dangerous winds” pick up on Monday evening.
Trees can be seen blowing in the wind, with Orlando yet to feel the full force of Hurricane Irma.
Rain has begun to fall, however, as Irma wreaks havoc to the south.The National Weather Service in Key West warned residents: “Take action now to protect your life.“This is an extremely dangerous and life-threatening situation.”The NHC has put out hurricane warnings stretching through almost all of Florida into Georgia and South Carolina – an area where more than 20 million people live.This eagle camera is brought to you by the MNDNR's Nongame Wildlife Program, which helps over 700 species of Minnesota wildlife thrive.The program is largely supported by donations from people like you.This year, we celebrate forty years of effective conservation. Get eagle updates Some good news and some bad about the eagle cam.Shops, restaurants and theme parks have closed to ensure the safety of visitors and employees with Hurricane Irma set to hit.