Harmar Nest


First hatch: April 2, second hatch: April 3. Fledge: June 26 and 29.

First egg of 2018: February 24, second egg: February 27

The Bald Eagle Cam in Harmar, operated by Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania, has been turned off for the season. This week’s heavy rains and flooding, which hit the Harmar area especially hard, knocked out power to the cam. The power needs to be manually reset and the conditions at the site are not safe enough to perform the reset. We are excited that two eaglets successfully fledged the nest and have been seen soaring over the skies in Harmar. We’ll continue to post updates on the eagles in Harmar and Hays on our Facebook page: facebook.com/pittsburgheagles

We look forward to what the 2019 nesting season will bring! Thank you to our eagle watchers and to our sponsors: Comcast Business, CSE, Arborel Tree Service, and JASE.

Thank you to our 2018 partners: