First Bald Eagle Egg Starts to Crack on Minnesota DNR EagleCam
An update from Sunday on the Minnesota DNR EagleCam says that the first egg of the season has a little pip (or small hole) on it!
In the update here's where they say to find it on the camera: "Look left for the pip -- it's the furthest egg near the top. It's more of a star shape at the moment." They also say that the parents are sitting really closely on the eggs so it's hard to get a glimpse.
Here's a look at the live feed of the EagleCam. We're all hoping for a baby bald eagle soon! If the video below doesn't work you can find it at this link.
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