Bald Eagle Chicks Birth Caught on Webcam

In California’s Channel Islands, two bald eagle chicks made their debut into the world in front of a live audience. A webcam near their nest caught the birds hatching earlier this week, and viewers can now watch the parents as they take turns caring for their babies. The tiny chicks have a lot of growing to do – as adults, they will have wingspans of more than 7 feet and bodies weighing nearly 14 pounds and will be among North America's largest predatory birds. — Read it at Discovery News

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