These are photos of the nesting Bald Eagles being followed on live video provided by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The chicks were being fed between 5 and 6 p.m Saturday. One feeding bout lasted about six minutes. By my count, one chick received food 27 times, a second chick eight times, and the third, once. Positions of the chicks relative to the parent feeding them looked to be the factor governing the feeding sequence. The chick receiving the most food appeared to be the most aggressive. There is a squirrel carcas in the nest along with a white sucker, a river fish species, and one unidentified dead bird.
The photos were taken with an iPhone from the screen of an iPad.