BIG BEAR VALLEY, Calif. - People who enjoy watching live video feeds from eagles' nests have something to be excited about.
A pair of bald eagles nesting in Big Bear Lake, California have a new egg.
The bundle of joy was laid on Wednesday.
Biologists had spent weeks hoping to see this happen. They had been observing the bald eagle pair display mating behavior.
The parents will share incubation duties and the egg should hatch into a cuddly baby raptor around April 10th.
You can watch all the action on the nest cam operated by friends of Big Bear Valley by clicking this link.