2nd bald eagle egg hatches in Pennsylvania nest on live-streaming video watched by thousands

 After a cold and snowy winter, a pair of bald eagles at a Pennsylvania State Park have welcomed a new addition to their nest.

The first egg belonging to the viral couple at Corodus State Park hatched on Tuesday, and was captured on a webcam set up by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.

The birds have attracted the attention of viewers from around the globe, especially when they were spotted sheltering their eggs in the snow in early March. As snow had piled up on the birds’ nest, one of the eagles placed its body over the eggs.

The game commission installed a live-streaming eagle cam focused on the nest in December. It says more than 640,000 people have watched the live stream. Many of them check in daily.


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