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.
Bald eagle Liberty has laid a second egg but the likely father of these eaglets is still missing. Meanwhile, two male eagles are vying for her attention.
A pair of D.C. bald eagles — Liberty and Justice — laid their first egg of the year on Tuesday, but the male eagle hasn’t been seen in days.
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 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.
An eaglet under the protection of the Earth Conservation Corps has started hatching, with a second egg projected to begin hatching on Sunday. Watch a live video of the eaglet, mom and dad.
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