PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Hays bald eagles were busy with their nest on Christmas.
The eagles made a morning visit to the nest and officials say they’re likely making changes to get ready for some more eaglets.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Public Safety Increases Patrols For Pitt ACC Championship Game
Officials say they’re expecting to see eggs in the nest in mid- or late February.
Last year’s eggs appeared in March.READ MORE: Keri Hilson Says 'Hip Hop Family Christmas' Is All About 'Honoring Your Family, Not Living For The World'
This past week, the Audubon Society announced plans to expand on the uber-popular Eagle Cam.
Thousands tuned in each day for live updates on an eagle pair and their three little eaglets. Now this genuine reality show is ready for its second season.
Last year’s eagle antics were followed by classrooms across the country. This year, Audubon has built a website portal to increase student participation.
The Audubon Society plans to eventually put a second camera at another eagle nesting site in Harmar, which is just a couple of hills from their headquarters. In the meantime, they have bought the property that surrounds it.MORE NEWS: COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny County Reports Over 1,300 New Cases
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