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Below is a series of images taken with our Star Dot Net Cam XL camera which is located about 1500′ feet south of the mountain.
The camera is set to start taking pictures at 6am and conclude at 9pm.
And anticipation as we've watched the #dceaglecam has been replaced with ridiculous adorableness. The little eagles will likely be on cam for awhile — the nest period is typically more than 2 months.
— Two eaglets have hatched at the bald eagle nest at the National Arboretum.
The second shell was cracking by a mid-day feeding on Saturday and two baby birds were keeping their parents busy by Sunday morning.
It was a long journey — and the world watched — as the the first egg shell cracked late Wednesday. Friday, a fully hatched eaglet was visible."Overwhelmed by all the attention and a bit camera-shy! "Will continue to rest and wriggle."Social media posts appeared from schools, newsrooms and offices around the country showing people watching the eagle tend to its new young. The pair of eagles were first at the site last year, successfully raising one eaglet. The webcam is maintained through a partnership between the National Arboretum and the American Eagle Foundation.
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We've watched as a plastic bag flew into the next, and blew away. They're the first bald eagles to nest at the arboretum since 1947, according to U. Arboretum and AEF staff installed two HD video cameras near last year’s nest, using a half mile of fiber optic cable and installing a large solar array to power the equipment, according to the USDA.
But Cam B has provided some great group shots around the nest.
More at Patch: Someone is Killing Eagles Around America's Capital The first eaglet came out of its shell Friday morning.
CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE DCEAGLECAM LIVEPro tip (after days of watching): Don't forget "Cam B." When we were looking for cracks in the eggs, it wasn't the best shot.