MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota DNR announced an update to the ever-popular EagleCam: mom laid an egg!
According to the DNR, the mother eagle laid the egg on Tuesday afternoon. Female eagles typically lay two to three eggs in a clutch. The eagles will sit on the nest to keep it warm until the eggs hatch in about 35 days.
A live view of the EagleCam can be found here.
— Minnesota DNR (@mndnr) February 17, 2021
In January, the EagleCam returned online. The live camera provides a glimpse of what life is like in the nest, and even includes audio so you can listen in.
Last year, an eagle couple laid their first egg in February.
One way to keep the eagle cam running is by donating to the non-game wildlife program on your tax return. Click here for more.
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