Eggs in DNR EagleCam Nest Expected to Hatch in Mid-March

Published On: March 2nd, 20230.3 min readCategories: Covid-19, Featured, Latest Headlines, Local News, News

(St. Paul, MN)  —  The Minnesota D-N-R expects the two eggs in the EagleCam nest to hatch in mid-March.  The first egg was laid on February 15th, the second came three days later, and they incubate for 34 to 39 days.   Conservation officials do not expect any additional eggs this season.  This female eagle has been in the nest for three years and produced seven eggs and raised five chicks.

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