Donations to continue and improve the Harrison Bay Eagle Cam Project can be taken at www.harrisonbayeaglecam.org
Harrison Bay Bald Eagle Cam Project at The Bear Trace at Harrison Bay State Park golf course in Harrison, Tennessee. Follow all the project activity at www.harrisonbayeaglecam.org.
The Harrison Bay Eagle Cam Project is primarily funded by a grant from the United States Golf Association along with additional funding from Volunteer Electric Cooperative, The Toro Company, Smith Turf and Irrigation and the East and Middle Tennessee Golf Course Superintendents Associations.
Project is proudly funded and sponsored by The Friends of Harrison Bay State Parks and the Tennessee State Parks system.
2014 will be the fourth year for this nest being used. The adult eagles are named Elliott and Eloise.
Nest was begun in December of 2010.
2011: Successful fledging of 2 eaglets that year.
Cameras were installed in the fall of 2011 by State Park Ranger Angelo Giansante.
2012 Season:First year for Harrison Bay Eagle Cam. Two eggs were laid but neither egg survived the hatching process and the nest was abandoned for that year
2013 Season: Second season with cameras and two more eggs were laid and this time successfully hatched and fledged. Eggs were laid on Feb. 10th and 13th respectfully. Eggs hatched on 3/20/13 at 7:23 PM and the second egg hatched on 3/21/13 at 7:30 PM. The eaglets were named HB3 and HB4.
We have installed a Pan/Tilt/Zoom camera with infrared lighting for this year along with a microphone.
We hope you enjoy watching the eagles and will support our project by donating at our website www.harrisonbayeaglecam.org.