One of the parents is in the nest. Look closely you can see its head.
OK, Is this a squabble going on?
These photos were taken sitting in my car. I could have gotten closer, but the closer you get the less you see because of the angle you see them from. I also try to stay back far enough not to spook them.
There are web-cams that have been placed near Eagle's nests in other states to watch the young when they are in the nest. Being so close to businesses, this site would make a good place for a web-cam. You could hardwire it with a CAT5 cable if someone climbed up the tree next to this one and installed one. It would be close enough for a Wifi connection if they wanted to use a Wifi enabled webcam. You could not do it now but Eagle's use the same nest year after year, so it could probably be done for next year. Maybe a wildlife agency could coordinate with one of the nearby businesses to put a solar powered wireless webcam up with the birds. If they did the birds would probably decide to use it for a perch.
One of the parents either feeding young or else fixing the nest.