Nearly four weeks after having flown the coop, bald eagle Justice has returned to the Southwest D.C. nest, the Earth Conservation Corps said Wednesday. But Justice and Liberty have not been seen together yet.
Bald eagle Liberty — whose longtime mate Justice flew the coop just a few days after she laid the first of two eggs this season — appears to have abandoned her eggs and left the nest in the company of another male eagle she was seen mating with. Is it the beginning of another bald eagle power couple? It turns out, it’s “really hard to tell eagle emotions,” one expert says.
Mr. President and The First Lady, the popular bald eagle couple that calls the U.S. National Arboretum home, has welcomed their first chick of the laying season to the nest Monday.
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.
A famous couple added a new member to their Northeast D.C. home this year. Watch the D.C. Eagle Cam to see if a second member is on the way.
The sibling of the DC eaglet that hatched on Saturday is expected to hatch Monday in Southeast D.C. under the watch of the Earth Conservation Commission.
Just a few days after laying her first egg of 2018, Liberty laid her second egg on Feb. 11. Both eaglets are expected to hatch in the middle of March.
One day after those green-clad fellas from Philly raised the Lombardi Trophy, a pair of D.C. eagles are expecting a new addition to their nest.
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After some waiting and at least one false start, a D.C. eaglet spread its wings and took to the sky for the very first time.
The process of picking names for the two new eaglets at the National Arboretum is down to the final four pairs, and it’s time for the public to make the selection.
The two chicks that hatched earlier this week emerged from their shells within a day of one another, and that could help prevent dangerous bullying, an expert said.
A day after its sibling hatched, a second eaglet in the National Arboretum’s eagle nest began breaking free of its shell.
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.
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