Bald eagle mama guards eggs at Pa. state park

Bald eagle mama guards eggs at Pa. state park

Two bald eagle eggs in the nest are being carefully watched over by their proud parents and you can watch it all via webcam set up inside the Pennsylvania state park where the eagles reside.

The first egg appeared on Feb. 18 in the nest inside Codorus State Park in Hanover, Pa., leading to web traffic that promptly crashed the webcam.

“We officially have one egg in the nest,” the park posted on Facebook. “Within a few days we should have another egg on the way.”

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That day came at some point over the weekend as a second egg has now made a perfect pair for Mama Eagle to care for.

Bald eagles have been known to reside in the park since 2005.

The park is hosting eagle nest-watching events from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

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