The ETSU Eagle Cams offer one of the best reality shows on the Internet. See two pairs of bald eagles on their nests, laying their eggs, nurturing, feeding, and fledging their young eaglets over the next five months. The East Tennessee State University has four cameras watching two nests, one near Johnson City and one near Bluff City. Both nests already have their first egg and second eggs are due any day. Most of the activities are in daylight, but the cameras also have infrared capabilities for night viewing. Look in often at www.etsu.edu/cas/biology/eagle-cam/.