UPDATED: June 28 at 8:02 a.m.
The Decorah Eagle Cam will run as long as the eagles are visible.
We received a message that when they can no longer see the eagles the cam will be shut down.
Right now you can see them fly from the nest to the top of a nearby house and back again.
They have learned to eat on their own now.
Janice Hampton from Montrose, Iowa tells us in her message that she saw one eagle come to the nest and take a fish away from either the mother or father. Janice says it enjoyed every bite!
Have you been watching the eaglets grow up? Tell us about it below in the comments thread or on our Facebook page here .
UPDATED: June 17 at 9:50 a.m.
The eaglets are almost ready to leave the nest!
Well, they've left the nest and are sitting on the branches near the nest, but you can tell that they are set to fly anytime now!
Make sure you take a look ... Here is the link again, enjoy!
UPDATED: April 12 at 4:37 p.m.
Are you still watching the live Raptor Resource Project Decorah Eagle Cam? We sure are!
There are officially three eaglets and the whole family seems healthy.
With the nice weather, they seem to be much more active so be sure to check it out!
Thousands of you are are logged in and eagerly watching a live eagle cam in Iowa, and here is the link to watch the eggs hatch.
A raptor resource project is streaming a picture of an eagle sitting on her eggs on the internet 24 hours a day.
Any day now, the first of three eggs are set to hatch.
The male and female eagle parents take turns incubating the eggs.
The eagles should hatch in three day intervals.