Overdue baby eagle hatches on webcam

Wildlife NewsOverdue baby eagle hatches on webcam
  hancock wildlife foundation

A bald eagle feeds two eaglets in its nest in Sidney, B.C.

MINÉ SALKIN
METRO VANCOUVER
April 15, 2009 5:55 a.m.
An overdue Vancouver Island eaglet hatched yesterday morning live on webcam.

Its two siblings hatched last week as thousands of people watched the nest in Sidney, B.C., online.
For bald eagles it is rare to have three successful hatchlings, according to Karen Bills, spokesperson for the Hancock Wildlife Foundation (HWF).

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Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, May 01 2009 @ 12:32 PM EDT Overdue baby eagle hatches on webcam

     I would like to thank the Hanock Wildlife Foundation for allowing us all to view the sidney eagles and their young.  Many of us in PCtech chat room on well known Paltalk chat  watch the eagles daily.  We are happy the eagles are staying safe. Keep up the great work.  Thankyou westcoaster1

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