Two new baby bald eagles were born in Pittsburgh on Tuesday.The Audubon Society confirmed the Hays bald eagles welcomed an eaglet just after three this morning.A second eaglet hatched later Tuesday evening.The eaglets are the first to come from the three eggs the Hays eagles laid this year.Tuesday marks 39 days since the first egg was laid, a normal timeframe for eaglets to hatch.The Audubon Society said now that there’s are eaglets in the nest one of the eagles will be there constantly to keep the eaglet warm and incubate the last of the egg. Another will bring back food.The live camera can be viewed by clicking here.

Two new baby bald eagles were born in Pittsburgh on Tuesday.

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The Audubon Society confirmed the Hays bald eagles welcomed an eaglet just after three this morning.

A second eaglet hatched later Tuesday evening.

The eaglets are the first to come from the three eggs the Hays eagles laid this year.

Tuesday marks 39 days since the first egg was laid, a normal timeframe for eaglets to hatch.

The Audubon Society said now that there’s are eaglets in the nest one of the eagles will be there constantly to keep the eaglet warm and incubate the last of the egg. Another will bring back food.

The live camera can be viewed by clicking here.

Eaglet at Hays Bald Eagle Nest

Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania

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