Recent Examples of eaglet from the Web
Last year, the eagle parents at the arboretum had two eaglets — Honor and Glory — in late March.
An audience on Facebook watches video and photos of the eagles closely and word is sreading about the eaglets.
Now, things just got real for the new parents with one eaglet fully hatched and the other just starting to pip.
Both eaglets successfully fledged, or took their first flight, about 11 weeks after hatching.
Bald eagles typically lay two eggs, and the older, larger eaglets sometimes kill their smaller siblings to reduce competition for food and space.
After a winter of roosting, the couple had an eaglet, which was spotted in a nest nearby the town’s centerpiece, Lake Columbia.
This pair produced dozens of eaglets over the course of more than 20 years, but Ozzie was usurped by M15 in 2015 after a series of violent fights.
Hess said the eaglet should be ready to fly in a couple of weeks.
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