As an American, it’s always cool whenever I randomly spot a bald eagle soaring through the sky. Because bald eagles are by far the most metal birds in the world. Plus, I also may or may not be able to relate to their lack of hair follicles.

That’s why is pretty sweet that the Minnesota DNR just put up a 24/7 live stream video of bald eagles in their natural habitat. You can watch a pair of eagles living in nature, and potentially even witness them laying eggs. Bow chicka bow wow.

How cool is that? Want to feel creepy and patriotic at the same time? I bet you didn’t know that was possible. But it is!

Check out the livestream here:

And if you want to read more facts about bald eagles, including how you can donate to the Nongame Wildlife Program, click here.

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