Once again the Biodiversity Research Institute has fired up two webcams here in Maine where you can watch two pairs of nesting American eagles take care of their young.

This is a great opportunity to observe four of Maine's ever growing eagle population from the comfort of your computer!

Eagles usually lay their eggs in the spring, and yes believe it or not it is spring. The eggs hatch about 35 days later.  According to the BRI website, an eagles next is more than likely located at the top of a large tree beside a lake or a river. The locations of the nests are being kept secret for good reason.

The webcams are brought to you by the Brookfield Renewable Energy Group, the Maine Department of Fisheries and Wildlife and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Looks like it's still a little windy there today and mama is "hunkered down".  Even eagles don't like the wind.

Live streaming video by Ustream

Live streaming video by Ustream