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Due to captive breeding efforts and legislation banning the use of DDT and prohibiting the harming of eagles, the bald eagle has made a remarkable comeback.
It was removed from the federal list of threatened and endangered species in 2007 but remains endangered in California.
The image generally updates every ten minutes, and can be quite spectacular during winter storms.
Watch this video of Humboldt Bay Coast Guard Lifeboat training, taken from the same vantage point, showing the Coast Guard boats and local surfers sharing some awesome waves.
Through its conservation grant program, Sequoia Park Zoo has funded the Humboldt Wildlife Care Center to install a video webcam to document the nesting and parenting routine of a local pair of bald eagles.
Bald eagles build their nests in large trees near rivers or coasts.
ENTRANCE TO HUMBOLDT BAYThis webcam is located near the end of the North Jetty at the entrance to Humboldt Bay.
The bald eagle was listed as a federally endangered species in 1967 and a California state endangered species in 1971.
This webcam is located near the end of the North Jetty at the entrance to Humboldt Bay.
It is a collaboration between NOAA's National Weather Service, the United States Coast Guard, and the Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District.
Prehistory through Early Statehood Paleoindianslived in the Eureka Springs area thousands of years ago.
During the Woodlandand Archaicperiods, residents of the area created projectile points (often described as arrowheads) from the chert cobbles they found in gravel bars.