The Decorah Eagles Cam takes pictures of the eagles in their nest every two minutes. The first hatch in this nest came on April 8th, the photo here shows a view of the nest on April 14 where you can see 3 chicks -- is that one in the back okay? You select the nest you wish to view from the links on the left side and then you need to click around a bit to see the daily diary of shots. I wasn't able to determine the location of the Decorah nest -- does anyone know? This is obviously the time of year where the nest will be very busy, so you may wish to check in on the action each day.
This is all part of the Raptor Resource Project, a nonprofit, 501c3 dedicated to restoring the Midwest's population of Peregrine falcons and other raptors. You can view a map that displays the various sites at which they band peregrine falcons and learn lots more about the birds. Take a look, it's all very fascinating and the nest cams do provide a unique view of these birds' homes and family life.
Related book: Eyewitness: Eagles & Birds of Prey