We have a new baby eagle resident in Minnesota. The DNR eagle cam is live right now showing the newly hatched baby and mom in the nest. There's still 2 more left to hatch.

Back in January, the DNR started noticing the male and female eagles preparing the nest with new sticks and rearranging things. This generally means they are preparing to have a family on the way, and they were right! A total of 3 eggs were laid, and the 1st of them has hatch and seems to be doing great.

The MN DNR no longer has a YouTube live stream, so we can't embed the video right here, but they do have the video on their website to check out mom and baby enjoying each other.

See the live video on the MN DNR website here.

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