Half-a-century ago, there were only 30 pairs of bald eagles mating in California. Today, that populaiton has jumped, thanks to a nationwide effort. But it still isn't easy. Capital Public Radio's Ezra David Romero reports on the lengths wildlife experts go to save America's national bird.
People who were lucky enough to be logged into an online camera positioned near an eagle's nest in the San Bernardino National Forest near Big Bear got to see 2 eggs hatch and 2 baby eagles slowly emerge from their shells, with their parent eagles hovering over the nest. One eaglet hatched yesterday, the other just past noon today (Monday). YOU CAN LOG INTO THE BIG BEAR EAGLE CAM LIVE BY CLICKING HERE.
People around the world have been tuning in to the online "Eagle Cam" in the San Bernardino National Forest hoping to catch a glimpse of two new baby eagles that hatched this week in a nest near Big Bear. KVCR's Ken Vincent has this update.