ROME, Ga. — Live video of bald eagles at a northwest Georgia college can now be seen on the website of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division.
Through a partnership between the state agency and Berry College, streaming video shows the daily activities of the two bald eagles, which have been nesting near the school’s athletic and recreation center.
The public can follow the pair 24 hours a day at www.georgiawildlife.com/ BerryEagleCam.
Berry staff and eagle watchers also track the birds on Facebook at www.facebook.com/berrycollegeeagles.
DANIA BEACH, Fla. — A parking garage at the Airport Hilton in Dania Beach is being torn down to make way for a new runway at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
Demolition got underway this week at the two-story parking structure. The 400-room, eight-story hotel will remain open until April. It should be completely torn down by June.
The 8,000-foot south runway is expected to open later this year. Officials decided the hotel and parking garage would pose potential harm to planes using the new runway.
NEW YORK — New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art renovated Costume Institute is reopening with a new name: the Anna Wintour Costume Center.
The museum says the artistic director of Conde Nast and editor in chief of Vogue has raised about $125 million for the institute since 1995 in her role as benefit chair and fundraiser.
The institute has been renovated and redesigned and will reopen May 8 with an exhibition titled “Charles James: Beyond Fashion.”
Anna Wintour Costume Center will house the department’s exhibition galleries, library, conservation laboratory, research areas, and offices.