The Bald eagle breeding season has started off well this year with eggs hatching at many nesting sites around North America.
The most recent report comes in from our friends at the Hancock Wildlife Foundation and the White Rock nest. The breeding pair there has two healthy eaglets being lovingly cared for by their parents. The first hatch was on April 20.
We’re launching #EagleWatch to keep all our viewers informed on the progress at the active nest sites on wildearth.tv. These include the nests at Delta 3 with two eaglets, Harrison Mills with two eggs, Humboldt Bay has one chick and one egg, Two Harbors has two eaglets and the West End nest has one eaglet. Watch our cams and see the bald eagles hatch their eggs, raise their young, tweet us at @WildEarth using the hashtag #EagleWatch and follow the conversation via the hashtag on Twitter.