It's spring, and that means that Vancouver Island's Eagle Nest Cams are back in action.
As reported by the Times-Colonist, several eagle pairs have nested and laid eggs, and they are visible with just a few mouse clicks 24/7. (Except at night, of course. It's dark, not much to see, really. But you can listen to them. And that's pretty cool, too.)
This is the nest cam for a pair of eagles that have nested in the same area just north of Victoria for the last 20 years. They've produced 17 eaglets in that time, but not all have survived.