BEULAH, Mich. (WJBK) - Do you want to watch a raccoon sleep in an eagles nest - and then see what happens when the eagles return home?
The good news is - you can.
CarbonTV has a camera over an eagle's nest in Beulah, Michigan, where a raccoon has scampered up 100 feet and found a nice cozy place to take a nap: the eagle's nest.
What's going to happen when the pair of Bald Eagles return home? We want to know too - so we'll be watching on the embed below:
CarbonTV partnered with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources to install the camera to give us the live look of the Bald Eagles. It promises to show them as they build their nest this fall, lay their eggs in the spring, and see them hatch and grow next summer.
The camera is near the Platte River State Fish Hatchery near Beulah.
CarbonTV has a disclaimer that nature can be harsh - so please be advised when watching this live stream.