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Watch Redding eagles prepare nest for eggs

You can now watch the Reding eagles prepare their nest for egg-laying through a new "eagle camera" on YouTube.

Posted: Jan 11, 2021 3:34 PM

REDDING, Calif. - There's been an exciting development with the Redding Eagles. The birds are now working on their nest at Turtle Bay.

Friends of the Redding Eagles have installed a new “eagle cam” above their nest. This allows people to watch the live-action on YouTube from home.

Liberty and Guardian have been moving sticks around, preparing for egg laying in February. Liberty typically lays two to three eggs in early to mid-February each year.

Click here to view a video made by Trudi Kron from their Friends of the Redding Eagles (FORE) page. The video captures live action caught on the eagle cam.

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