Eagle Watch: Liberty laid her second egg

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WASHINGTON, DC — Bald eagles Liberty and Justice have laid two new eggs.

Earth Conservation Corps posted a photo on their Facebook page saying that two eggs are now sitting in the couple’s nest, which is located near the Metropolitan Police Headquarters in Southeast DC.

The first egg was first spotted on Feb. 5 and then the second egg was noticed on Feb. 7.

According to Learner.org, it will take about 35 days for the bald eagle’s eggs to hatch and then it would take them 10-12 weeks until they fly from the nest.

You can keep an eye on this growing family by checking out the live video feed from the Earth Conservation Corps.