A friend sent me this link. Thank you, Gayle! (There is a 30 second commercial first, but worth waiting to get to the live stream.) I'm keeping it open on my desktop in hopes I might not miss the hatching. According to the web site, the first hatch is imminent. If nothing else, you can feel the wind blowing in your hair. 😉
Here's what the web site says:
Three baby bald eagles are about to hatch, live on the web. The Raptor Resource Project in Iowa has set up two cameras perched 80 feet high in a cottonwood tree where the mother eagle has her nest. The group will provide live streaming of the nest through all three eggs hatching. The group says at such high resolution, viewers should be able to see cracks forming in the eggs before they hatch. The eggs are expected to hatch between March 30 and April 1.