We have an eagle! Almost.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources reports that its Eagle Cam in the Twin Cities — it doesn’t say where — has shown the first signs of life.
“One small pip for eaglet, one more beak for eagle-kind. #EagleCam”http://t.co/OONF6jlabd pic.twitter.com/qLXciMlhBt pic.twitter.com/H7vg1U2rNf
— Minnesota DNR (@mndnr) February 25, 2015
The first egg was laid in mid-January, according to the DNR, which puts things right on schedule. The average time for incubation is 35 days.
Meanwhile, down at the always popular Decorah Eagle Cam…