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Repairs underway on Redding eagle cam to catch hatching

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Itís hatched! A baby bald eagle emerges from its nest in D.C.

Wildlife News15 March 2017


It can take about 24 hours for a chick to fully emerge. A wildlife biologist expects the other hatching to start within the next day or so.
WASHINGTONPOST.COM BY DANA HEDGPETH

Read More: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/local/wp/2017/03/15/first-a-peck-eventually-a-peep-watch-baby-eagle-emerge-from-egg-in-se-washington/?utm_term=.53815c03f30e

This is not the AEF DC nest, this is the nest outside the police department.
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Heartwarming: DC bald eagle pair shelters eggs form storm

Wildlife News14 March 2017


The eagle cam at the U.S. National Arboretum captured Mr. President join his mate, First Lady, in the nest protecting their eggs from a late winter storm.
WTOP.COM

Read More & Video: http://wtop.com/dc/2017/03/heartwarming-dc-bald-eagle-pair-shelters-eggs-from-storm/slide/1/
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Hanover bald eagles take on snow to protect eggs

Wildlife News14 March 2017


Hanoverís bald eagles showing off their awesome parenting skills again Tuesday morning as snow piled up on their nest near Codorus State Park.
ABC27.COM

Read More: http://abc27.com/2017/03/14/hanover-bald-eagles-take-on-snow-to-protect-eggs/
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Officials rescue bald eagle trapped in power lines

Wildlife News13 March 2017


Port Angeles, Wash. Ė Clallam County officials rescued an injured bald eagle that was trapped in power lines Sunday afternoon.
KING5.COM

Read More: http://www.king5.com/news/local/pets-and-animals/officials-rescue-bald-eagle-trapped-in-power-lines/422199027
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