Happy news on Valentine’s Day! Last evening the Audubon Society of Western PA (ASWP) announced:
[Pittsburgh, PA, February 13, 2020] – Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania confirms an egg in the Hays, PA Bald Eagle nest. The egg, laid at 6:30 pm this evening, is visible in the nest on the eagle cam when the incubating adult stands up: http://aswp.org/pages/hays-nest. There is typically a 2-3 day span in between eggs being laid in a Bald Eagle nest. In 2019, the Hays Bald Eagles laid three eggs; two hatched and the juveniles successfully fledged the nest.– Bald Eagles in Western PA Facebook page
ASWP also posted this video of the first egg roll:
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Watch the Hays Bald Eagle cam at http://aswp.org/pages/hays-nest.
(photos and video from Bald Eagles in Western Pennsylvania – Audubon Society of Western PA Facebook page)
Note: The photos and video are in black-and-white because the camera uses infrared to see the nest in the dark.