HAYS (KDKA) – The countdown is on for the nesting pair of bald eagles that has produced three eggs in in the Hays section of Pittsburgh.
Experts say there could be eagle chicks in about a month.
It’s almost a sense of euphoria at the National Aviary. It’s not just one, not even two, but three eggs in the bald eagle nest here in Pittsburgh.
“They put down a new nest. They seem to be putting down roots, to the tune of three eggs, which is unusual,” National Aviary Ornithologist Bob Mulvihill said.
There is plenty of pride for our national birds as the pair of bald eagles prepares for what could be three mouths to feed.
“There’s kind of a trigger that says lay three eggs because there’s a chance that there will be enough food for us to raise three chicks…
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