Eagle Cam - http://www.infotecbusinesssystems.com/wildlife/
Tens of millions of fascinated Internet surfers are flocking to watch eagle-cam.
The births of two bald eagles in British Columbia, Canada is days -- or perhaps hours away -- say those who have been watching the nest and its two eggs for weeks.
Up to 100-million people have viewed two nesting eagles on B.C.'* Hornby Island take turns doing egg duty.
The doting parents sit patiently for hours and keep the nest tidy and safe.
The two eagles go about their egg-sitting shifts with an almost military-like precision.
While one sits, the other hunts.
73-year-old Doug Carrick set up the hidden webcam just above the eagle nest in a tree in his backyard.
Arthur Griffiths is with a Vancouver company helping broadcast eagle-cam.
He says computer giant Microsoft is so impressed, it has given Infotec as much bandwidth as it needs to accommodate as many viewers as possible