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Eagle nest cams enthrall Canadians

Thousands of Nature lovers have been watching breathlessly this Spring, as newborn eagle chicks emerge from their eggs "live" online, thanks to strategically placed cameras in their nests. Marc Montgomery talks to David Hancock of the Hancock Wildlife Foundation about what to look for as you watch his increasingly popular eagle-cams. ( Photo: hancockwildlife.org )

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