In 2010, thanks to restoration efforts and years of hard work and patience by conservationists, a record 15 bald eaglets hatched on the Santa Barbara Channel Islands. This milestone event included two chicks on Santa Rosa Island which was the first time in 60 years this was known to have happened.
Last year 14 chicks hatched on the islands including the first eaglet born on Anacapa Island in 63 years.
Two Harbors nest on Catalina Island: Feb. 19: Laid first egg, Feb. 22: Laid second egg
West End nest on Catalina: Feb. 18: Laid first egg, Feb. 22: Laid second egg, Feb. 26: Laid third egg
Sauces nest on Santa Cruz Island: March 2: First egg laid, March 6: Second egg laid
Pelican Harbor nest on Santa Cruz Island: March 6: First Egg Laid
There are four eagle nest webcams available to the public at the following link: