This nest is very well situated by the Decorah Fish Hatchery. Previously I have either heard or read that some fish are tossed out of the hatchery, those that have died, so there is an abundant supply of fresh fish to be had. I imagine the eagles may also steal some fresh fish out of the raising ponds. Of course, they hunt regular prey as well. Recently viewers to the web cam have seen an increasingly varied stack of dining choices, to include rabbit, crow, muskrat, and the ever present fish.
Here is the address in case you don't know it and would like to see the close up.
When that screen opens up, click on the black box for an up close and personal view of the intimate lives of this pair of eagles. They have hatched out 3 eaglets so far, and the family is doing fine!
This is what the area looks like. A creek runs by the nest tree, which is located on private land, a farm.
Above is the view looking East.
And this is the view looking West, from the bridge.
The cameras are on 24 hours a day. At nighttime there is an infrared camera, so you can watch the eagles sleeping.