Alcoa’s EagleCam at its Davenport (Iowa) Works facility has been named one of the Top 25 most interesting webcams of 2012 by EarthCam.com. The Alcoa EagleCam is located above a nest, which is home to a pair of bald eagles named Liberty and Justice.
The camera was visited more than 12 million times by people from more than 80 countries during 2012.
“This award recognizes the impact our webcam is having around the world,” said Rob Woodall, Director of Manufacturing at Alcoa's Davenport Works. “The camera helps educate people on the resurgence eagles are having in this part of the country and highlights our work to protect the environment here in Iowa and everywhere Alcoa operates.”
Alcoa’s EagleCam first went online in early 2011. Since then, Liberty and Justice have produced two sets of eaglets.
For more information about the Alcoa EagleCam and archived information about the two eagles, CLICK HERE.
Alcoa is now offering EagleCam merchandise for sale with $5 from each purchase donated to River Action and the Putnam Museum STEM program. CLICK HERE to visit the Alcoa online store.
for more information about the top 25 ranking of the eagle webcam.