Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Eagle Cam: Bald Eagle Chicks Almost Ready to Fly

Two tiny eggs are now full size birds on the cusp of flight!

It was late March when first posted on the hatching of two bald eagle chicks in a tree high above the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington, DC (a great spot to visit if you are in the Capital).

The eaglets have gone from tiny fuzz covered chicks to full size birds and those with an interest have been able to watch from two web cams mounted above the nest.


Eagle pair taking turns incubating eggs in winter at National Arboretum.

An early feeding for the first eaglet to hatch.



May 25, full size eaglets still have work to do before first flight.
Check out Eagle Cam 24/7 for updates!

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