You can now keep tabs on a pair of America's national birds wherever you are.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is streaming live video of a nesting pair of bald eagles on its website.
You might remember two eagles finding this nest last year. DNR biologists believe it's the same pair of birds that used the nest in 2013. Last year, the eggs failed to hatch because they were laid too early and froze.
So far, this year, the birds have laid two eggs in the last five days.
Biologists say the exact location of the nest is being kept secret to prevent it from drawing crowds that could disrupt the eagles.
In addition to the live video, you can also get updates on the eagles and its eggs on the Minnesota Nongame Wildlife Program's Facebook page.