Caltrans' Eagle Cam Delivers on Redding California Eaglet Triplets
It has been a very exciting last week in the Turtle Bay Eagle's nest. All three eggs have hatched and there have been ample opportunities to watch the eaglets and their parents. Below is a quick synopsis of the three hatchings, and the eagle's names as determined in the Caltrans eagle naming contest.
- The first eaglet emerged at 7:22 p.m. on Thursday evening, March 25, and was named Peace
- The second eaglet emerged at 6:05 p.m. on Friday evening, March 26, and was named Shasta
- The last eaglet emerged at 8:55 a.m. on Monday morning, March 29, and was named Justice
For still shots from the nest and more nest happenings, visit http://www.dot.ca.gov/dist2/eagles.htm
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Barbara L. Steinberg is amember of: California Watchable Wildlife