The eagles, mom Harriet and dad M-15 have been watching over two eggs in the nest, 60-feet high in a tree, for a month. The parents have been taking turns sitting on the eggs to keep them warm until the chicks break out near the end of the on-average 35-day incubation period.
The eagles, mom Harriet and dad M-15 have been watching over two eggs in the nest, 60-feet high in a tree, for a month. The parents have been taking turns sitting on the eggs to keep them warm until the chicks break out near the end of the on-average 35-day incubation period. Screen capture from Southwest Florida Eagle Cam
The eagles, mom Harriet and dad M-15 have been watching over two eggs in the nest, 60-feet high in a tree, for a month. The parents have been taking turns sitting on the eggs to keep them warm until the chicks break out near the end of the on-average 35-day incubation period. Screen capture from Southwest Florida Eagle Cam