EagleCam viewers may see baby eagles hatch on Monday - WSMV News 4

EagleCam viewers may see baby eagles hatch on Monday

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Viewers of East Tennessee State University’s Department of Biological Sciences EagleCam may see eaglets hatch on Monday.

Dr. Fred Alsop, a professor of Biological Sciences and director of the EagleCam Project, said two of the three eggs appeared to be pipping, or cracking, on Monday morning.

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Those following the EagleCam Project have been awaiting the arrival of Noshi and Shima’s baby eagles.

In early February, Shima laid three eggs, the final being a surprise, as she had laid two eggs in previous nesting seasons.

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