Happy Earth Day! What's more earthy than staring at some bald eagles from the comfort of our energy sucking computers? If you don't feel like getting out and enjoying nature today have no fear! Enjoy these bald eagles via web cam.

The Gorham, Maine based Biodiversity Research Institute has graciously provided the world with a bird's-eye view to a bird's-eye view.  Hopefully there will be some eagles in the shot. If not, then bookmark this post and make sure to keep on checking. Who knows, you might even get to see an eagle breed!

Live streaming video by Ustream
There are video cameras located at two separate eagle nests with live feeds of nesting bald eagles. According to the Biodiversity Research Institute, these nests are located in Maine and have a long history of use and nesting success and activity can occur at the nest at any time. Breeding activity will typically take place between March and July.

Check out the Biodiversity Research Institute on Facebook for eagle updates.

More From