Eggs in eagle-cam nests mean newborn chicks will be in view soon
Tuesday, March 15 2011 @ 01:00 PM EDT
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The eagle cams are up and running in five eagle nests, including Sidney, and, to the excitement of Dave Hancock of the not-for-profit Hancock Wildlife Foundation, four out the five eagle pairs have already produced eggs.
"A lot of us get a tremendous amount of egg joy through this and, as scientists, we acquire so much understanding of how the eagles behave," Hancock said.
"We see all the intimate behaviour."
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