Eagle Videos

Our video libraries can be watched and enjoyed by themselves or used in conjunction with our lesson plans. This library includes eaglets, egg-laying, incubation, egg-rolling, hatching, feeding, and eagles on the Mississippi River Flyway. All of our curated videos are ads-free.

Eaglets

Videos of the eaglets, including close-ups of body parts, eaglet interactions, and a look at eaglet growth. Click the menu icon at the top right of the video to view the full list.

Egg Laying

Videos of egg-laying during the day, the night, and in various kinds of weather. Click the menu icon at the top right of the video to view the full list.

Incubation

Videos of the eagles incubating eggs in snowstorms. Watchers are not always aware of the inclement weather that eagles cope with. Click the menu icon at the top right of the video to view the full list.

Egg Rolling

Videos of the eagles caring for their eggs. Egg rolling keeps embryos from sticking to the inside of the shell and helps develop membranes. Click the menu icon at the top right of the video to view the full list.

Egg Hatching

It can take over 24 hours for a hatchling eaglet to emerge from its egg. These videos show eggs in various stages of hatching. Click the menu icon at the top right of the video to view the full list.

Feeding

Eaglets hatch blind and unable to feed themselves, although they quickly master that art of taking food from their parents. Click the menu icon at the top right of the video to view the full list.

Eagles on the Flyway

Eagles are very social off their territories. They can be seen congregating in large groups, stealing food, bathing, interacting with other species, hunting, feeding, and allopreening