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A Live Peek Inside the Catalina Island Eagles' Nest

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Two live-streaming cameras on Catalina Island allow a rare glimpse into the nest of two bald eagles watching over their eggs.

The eagles, a female named Wray and the male called Superman are nesting in the island's cliffs.  The nest contained three eggs which were laid at the end of February and the beginning of March.  Experts believe they are due to hatch around the end of March.  As of today, one chick has hatched.

There are two cameras that stream the eagle footage live: one near two harbors and one near the west end.  The Pet Collective and the Institute for Wildlife Studies are keeping the cameras live through April 24 with the assistance of public donations.

2014 Breeding Season at Two Harbors Nest:

January: Nest Maintenance
February 15: Laid first egg
February 17: Laid second egg, but an egg broke.
March 23: Estimate hatch day, plus or minus 1 day.

CLICK HERE to VIEW West End Bald Eagle Nest Cam 1

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