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.
Glory, one of the bald eaglets at the National Arboretum, managed what the American Eagle Foundation is calling an “accidental fledge” Monday night.
After an online contest that drew about 30,000 votes, the American Eagle Foundation announced on Wednesday the new names for the eaglets formerly known as DC4 and DC5.
For the second year in a row, there’s a new pair of eaglets in a nest at the National Arboretum, and once again the folks behind the D.C. Eagle Cam are asking the public’s help in giving them proper names.
Liberty took off. The male eagle at the National Arboretum fledged from his nest Thursday morning.
It’s almost time to say goodbye to the two young bald eagles named Freedom and Liberty at the National Arboretum.
The public has spoken: two Bald Eaglets who hatched in a nest in the National Arboretum in March have names.
It’s time for you to decide what to name the eaglets born at the National Arboretum. See the choices and cast your ballot.
Bird watchers nationwide who enjoyed viewing live updates as D.C.’s National Arboretum bald eaglets hatched can experience the miracle of life all over again with a new bald eagle camera in the District.
WASHINGTON — Three eagle nests have now been spotted in the District and experts believe they all contain eaglets. “Having three nesting pairs of eagles is pretty spectacular,” said Tommy Wells, director of the District…
At the National Arboretum, the hard work of two very attentive parents may have paid off.
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