mounted the camera, perhaps the first ever with remote tilt and zoom capabilities on an eagles' nest, on a steep wooded hillside overlooking the Monongahela River on Friday. Pittsburgh's bald eagle pair reared one young chick this year, which was the first successful eagle nesting in the city in more than 200 years, according to game commission officials.Trib Total Media, parent company of the Tribune-Review, will stream the live feed on its website beginning in February through nesting season in the summer. There's another eagles' nest on the steep cliff rising above Route 28 in Harmar.The Pennsylvania Game Commission and a Murrysville company set up the state's first eagle nest video camera in Hays for live streaming on the Internet.Workers from the commission and Pix Controller Inc.
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The nest's location and the commission's previous work with Pix Controller made the Hays nest an ideal site for a nest camera with live video feed, according to Tom Fazi, the commission's information and education supervisor for the southwest region.