Redding's eagle pair hatches at least 1 egg; Patriot, Liberty feeding eaglet, bird watcher says

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Patriot and Liberty are seen in their nest on Monday. The eagles' behavior in the past few days indicates an egg has hatched in the nest.

Contributed photo/Terry Lhuillier

Patriot and Liberty are seen in their nest on Monday. The eagles' behavior in the past few days indicates an egg has hatched in the nest.

At least one eagle egg has hatched for Redding's famous eagle couple, Patriot and Liberty.

The two birds were seen Wednesday carrying food to their nest just north of the Highway 44 bridge along the Sacramento River, said Terri Lhuillier, an avid eagle watcher. When the two eagles take turns bringing food to the nest it indicates an egg has hatched and the adults are feeding the newborn eagle, she said.

Read the rest of the story here:
http://www.redding.com/news/2012/mar/15 ... ast-1-egg/

Follow the observations of this nest in our HWF forum thread here:

http://www.redding.com/news/2012/mar/15/eagle-pair-hatches-at-least-1-egg/

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