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Superman settling in for his afternoon shift

Eagle Eggs Expected to Hatch in Time for Easter

ICTMN Staff
3/29/13

Recently on Santa Catalina Island, California a majestic bald eagle laid three eggs that are scheduled to hatch this Easter weekend!

The Pet Collective’s YouTube page is streaming incredible, live footage featuring lifemates and soon-to-be parents Wray, a 27-year-old female from British Columbia, and K01 (affectionately nicknamed “Superman”), a 13-year-old male hatched at the San Francisco Zoo and released onto Catalina when he was 12 days old.

In late February and early March, Wray laid her three eggs in the pair's cliffside nest overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Eagle eggs incubate for about 35 days, marking at least one of these beloved eagle chicks to be born over Easter weekend.

Watch the live streaming Eagle Cam here:

Since 1967 the bald eagle has seen a dramatic recovery and was officially removed from the endangered species in 2007.

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Ernie White
Submitted by Ernie White on
I watch the Eagles on the Mississippi River here in St. Louis, MO. Watch them dive & pick up fish then to fly to there nest to eat. Beautiful birds to watch.

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Submitted by Anonymous on
I'm mesmerized, she appears so peaceful in her nest, high above the California coastline. She is BEAUTIFUL, and such a great mother. I periodically peek in on her throughout the day. God Bless this sacred messenger of heaven. Isaiah 40: 28-31

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Kathy Kelley
Submitted by Kathy Kelley on
Amazing to be able to see a bald eagle this close. Thank you for sharing this experience.

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Submitted by TsalagiWoman on
I had no idea that they BOTH shared the responsibility of the nest. Wow, such a great example to all mankind. They are life partners and even communicate with one another, it will be fun to see how they share the responsibility of the chicks. Such a beautiful view too, very inspirational.
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