BIG BEAR LAKES, Calif. (KGTV) — Big Bear's most popular bird is expecting another baby, as the area's nesting bald eagle laid her second egg last week.
The female eagle has been nesting an egg since last Wednesday before a second one arrived last week, according to ABC-affiliate KABC.
A camera installed by the group Friends of Big Bear Valley has kept interested bird watchers in the know: live streaming the eagle as it waits for its eggs to hatch.
So when can viewers expect to see the new babies? The eaglets should hatch in early to mid April if everything goes well, according to KABC.
Check out the live stream of the nest here: