Hmmm, do we have a first egg at the ETSU Bluff City nest?

Normally I don’t speculate, but since this is a new eaglecam nest for us, and we don’t have a lot of past activity info to go on, I’m hoping that more eyes on the nest will help determine if there is an egg.  I’m seeing lots of positive signs, parent on nest all night, occasional movements that look like egg turning, the eagle shimmy.  BUT,  I haven’t actually seen an egg!  What do you all think?  An egg? or just parents getting ready, with a dutiful dad eagle testing and measuring the nest?  An eagle mom getting close to laying time, and so is staying close to the nest?   Link to cam: http://www.etsu.edu/cas/biology/eagle-cam/ec_two.php or http://livestream.com/accounts/16155302/events/4739316

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