For years pairs of American Bald Eagles have made Norfolk Botanical Garden in Norfolk, Virginia their home. After the mom Eagle was hit by a plane and killed on April 26, 2011 by an incoming airplane at Norfolk International Airport. The male as found a new mate they call Newla. The two current residents have a new nest this year, so visitors can get a good view of the nest and its inhabitants from the Garden's Renaissance Court. Or, join folks from all over the world and watch online using their special 'Eagle Cam,' provided through a partnership with WVEC and Virginia Dept. of Game & Inland Fisheries.
The cameras still remain off but will be starting back up soon.