There is a really good pip in the second egg at John Bunker Sands! It is always fun to watch second hatches, since the first baby is usually getting fed often and it is easier to get quick views of the progress of another hatch. Link to cam: http://www.wetlandcenter.com/eagles.html
Exciting report from the John Bunker Sands Facebook page that they are seeing incubation behavior. Unfortunately, they are having cam troubles and are indicating that they probably will not be able to get to the cams to repair now that there are eggs. They have promised to keep us updated on their Facebook page though. Here’s a link to the page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/John-Bunker-Sands-Wetland-Center/165670246783185?fref=photo
Looks like we have a new eaglecam up and running and this one is in Texas. The first eaglecam that I know of in Texas! Yay! Here is a link to the cam page http://www.wetlandcenter.com/eagles.html (click ‘Live Video Feed’ to get the video running. There is wonderful info on that page and on their Facebook page This cam has a special story in that humans moved the nest this year to a safer location for the eagles. The cam is solar powered and so will be subject to weather issues.