2 California Bald Eagle Hatchings Make Their Debut On Webcam
The eaglets face a frosty night in San Bernardino National Forest.
Two brand-new bald eagle hatchlings came into the world in California’s San Bernardino National Forest under the watchful eye of their attentive parents — and a camera.Eagle One arrived Sunday morning at 9:57 a.m. local time, and the little bird’s sibling struggled out of its egg shortly after noon on Monday.The nest is located near Big Bear Lake on land managed by the U.S. Forest Service. A la...
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