What do the service members at Norfolk NOB do in their spare time? They go to the Norfolk Botanical Garden and check out the nesting eagles. Well this week they are in for a surprise as the eagles aren new parents. The egg they so carefully tended to for 37 days has hatched. The eagles need to "brood" and sit on the eaglet while it grows its own insulation. That should take several weeks. This little eagle is from the 5th egg that has been laid in the nest. The first two eggs were kept from being incubated by a female eagle intruder. The 2nd set of eggs were eaten by the mother and finally this one which hatched. You can see video at http://www.norfolkbotanicalsgarden.org/
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