LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Two bald eagles -- Harriet and M15 -- are taking turns keeping two eggs warm. The baby eaglets are expected to hatch any day.
You can keep an eye on the action right here via the Southwest Florida Eagle Cam courtesy of Dick Pritchett Real Estate:
Harriet and M15, have been taking turns keeping the eggs at the necessary 105-degree temperature the embryos need for proper development. The eagles will continue to nurture their eggs until they feel movement and the chicks scratch the inside the surface of the egg to break out.
During the last two to three days before hatching, the parents can hear and feel activity inside the eggs.
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