Two Maryland agencies are boosting outreach efforts to collect illegal pesticides after recent poisonings of bald eagles.
The proud parents are Chandler and Hope, and they make their nets in the Port Tobacco River Park.
Alert the paparazzi. D.C.’s most-scandalous bald eagles — Liberty and Justice — have reunited, according to the latest webcam footage from their nest some 100 feet above the D.C. police academy in Southwest. It could signal a happy ending to what’s been a sad drama.
The pair of bald eagles nesting above the U.S. National Arboretum welcomed an eaglet into the world early Thursday, just days after their other eaglet’s hatching.
The Earth Conservation Corps announced Friday the two eaglets that hatched last month to proud parents Liberty and Justice have been given names chosen by two Northern Virginia elementary schools.
The bald eagle population along Virginia’s James River made a stunning comeback after falling to zero in the 1970s. Scientists now wonder if the James has reached “peak eagle.”
If the two eggs hatch and the eaglets leave the nest, the parents — Mr. President and The First Lady — will have produced seven children in their time at the National Arboretum.
D.C.’s famous bald eagles, Liberty and Justice, are keeping close watch over their eggs in the middle of an extreme wind storm.
The second bald eagle egg has started to hatch Thursday morning, just a day after DC4, the first egg of the year, emerged from its shell.
The first bald eagle egg hatched at approximately 7:21 a.m. Wednesday, the American Eagle Foundation confirmed. The second egg is due to hatch any day now.
One of the eggs tended over by famous D.C. eagle pair “Mr. President and “First Lady” has begun hatching. The DC Eagle Cam is livestreaming the hatching process.
The District’s famous bald eagle couple — “Mr. President” and “The First Lady” — are due to welcome two new hatchlings to the world, according to the American Eagle Foundation.
The eagle cam at the U.S. National Arboretum captured a heartwarming scene amid a late-winter storm as Mr. President joined his mate, First Lady, hunkered down over their two eggs to protect them from the sudden onslaught of winter weather.
The bald eagles Liberty and Justice — which have made their home in a tree near the D.C. police department‘s training academy in Southeast — have a new egg to watch over.
Join the bald eagle couple known as “Mr. President and The First Lady” in counting down to the New Year.
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