PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Hays bald eagles aren’t the only ones with eggs now!
The Audubon Society of Western Pa. says on its Facebook page that the Harmar bald eagles have also laid at least one egg.READ MORE: Building Partially Collapses In Perry South
Just a few days ago the first egg was also spotted in the Hays eagles’ nest.
Those who run the Bald Eagle Cam say the egg was first spotted at 7:37 p.m. Tuesday night.READ MORE: 94-Year-Old World War II Veteran From Allegheny Co. Finally Receives High School Diploma
One of the eagle parents was captured on the camera tending to it .
The Hays eagles produced an eaglet two years ago and three more last year.
Bird watchers have been eagerly awaiting the first egg of the season after the Eagle Cam became such a hit last year.
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