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Baby bald eagles at Berry College

Eagles often use the same nest year after year. Over time, the nests become enormous, weighing two tons. Since bald eagles remain with the same mate until one dies, officials at Berry College were hoping the wireless camera would capture a new generation of eagles. Two eggs were laid January 14th and 16th. To the delight of those watching, the first of those eggs hatched Saturday, February 22nd. The second egg should hatch within days.

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