Two eggs and a fresh batch of snow on DNR’s Eagle Cam
Usually when Eagles lay their eggs is an indication that Spring is here, but today’s weather proved otherwise.
The Minnesota DNR’s Eagle Cam is seeing plenty of snow just days after the the pair laid their 2 eggs.
Both the eagles saw the snow coming and prepared, delivering more nesting materials in the prior days.
The Minnesota DNR says, “The snow will provide insulation for the eggs as they incubate. The eggs are now nestled further down in the soft fur, feathers, leaves and grasses tucked in around them.”
We could see a third egg in the coming days. In 34-49 days, we might just have chicks to watch.