Southwest Florida eagle cam: Watch what's happening in North Fort Myers nest
Harriet and M15 are famous around the world, with people tuning in to watch what's happening in their "home."
Just don't ask them for an autograph.
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With more than 140,000 subscribers on YouTube, the eagles in Southwest Florida bring visitors regularly to watch the daily activities of the two adult eagles as they repair their nest, regularly fly in to feed two hungry youngsters and keep a watchful eye on what's happening.
The live stream is made available by Dick Pritchett Real Estate in North Fort Myers, which has been providing the peek into the lives of Harriet and her offspring for 11 seasons.
The original pair of eagles, Harriet and Ozzie started nesting in the area in 2006. When Ozzie died in 2015, M15 came on the scene. This marks the eighth year they've been together.
Their nest is located 60 feet above the ground, in a slash pine tree.
There are several cameras monitoring the family, which are generally in the nest between October and May.
Camera 1 is located six feet above the nest and is equipped with night vision or infrared light. There is no actual light and the camera makes no sound, according to Pritchett's YouTube channel.
Camera 3 is located north of a nearby pond and captures activity happening around a pasture and the pond.
North Fort Myers is located off Florida's West Coast about 120 miles south of Tampa or 45 miles north of Naples.
This article originally appeared on Fort Myers News-Press: Livestream SWFL eagle cam: See views of Harriet, mate, chicks in nest