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"Eagle Cam" still image

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The Humboldt Bay eagle pair now have a pair of babies, according to the Humboldt Wildlife Center in California.

Both eggs have now hatched – the first on April 24; the second on April 25.


The Humboldt Wildlife Care Center, established in 1979, is a non-profit, permitted, volunteer organization dedicated to the rescue, treatment, and rehabilitation of orphaned and injured wildlife in Humboldt, Trinity, and Del Norte Counties.

According to the website, the organization’s ultimate goal is to release strong and healthy animals back into their native habitat.

Click here for more information on the Humboldt Bay eagle pair.

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