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REDDING, Calif. - Friends of the Redding Eagles are reassuring the public the eagles are doing just fine after a winter storm that hit the North State Tuesday.
"We are happy to report that the eagles are doing fine despite their nest being filled up with snow," shared Terri Lhuillier, with the Friends of the Redding Eagles.
Lhuillier said Liberty brought in a big fish earlier Wednesday afternoon and ate it on the edge of the nest where the snow had melted.
Liberty is also expected to begin laying her eggs sometime next week. Friends of the Redding Eagles launched a new Eaglecam which will allow anyone interested to watch Liberty lay her eggs this year.
She usually lays two to three eggs each year in early to mid-February & the eaglets hatch in mid to late March.