A new webcam is online near the Missouri River in Nebraska. The pair of birds migrated south in December, and due to the location of their nest which was situated atop a decommissioned meteorological tower, it was relocated to a new tower near the original nest site. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service worked together with a local utility company to build a new tower and nesting platform where the old nest was relocated to. And the birds haven’t seemed to mind, as they’ve returned and reinforced the nest with new materials since.
Currently, as of this posting, they’re not visible on the webcam, likely too busy to sit around the house all day, they’ve got fish to catch.