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Southwest Florida's most beloved pair of bald eagles is expecting, and the births — expected between Christmas and New Year's Day — can be watched live on camera.

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Eagle Cam in Decorah, Iowa. There are 3 babies. This is so addicting. http://www.decoraheaglecamalerts.com/

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It's kind of hard to believe these eaglets grow up to be such majestic birds. Catch our baby eaglets live in action with their mom by clicking on the link! http://www.boonshoftmuseum.org/programs-events/special-events/eagle-cam-stream-1

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DC Eagle Cam: Bald Eagles nesting in Washington D.C. have hatched 2 eaglets. Keep watching for the live feed.

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Watch Live: Eaglet eggs ready to hatch in southwest Florida - http://wqad.com/2016/12/29/watch-live-eaglet-eggs-ready-to-hatch-in-southwest-florida/

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BALD EAGLES are most widespread during winter, where they can be found along coasts, rivers, lakes, and reservoirs in many states. (yes, we see them all the time along our Mississippi River leg here in Minnesota....but ALWAYS a special blessing to see one....and they 'bless' the ones they fly over as the Native American spirituality classes them among the 'priests' of their species....

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Check out Dave our Naturalist on the Martha Stewart Show. Great animals featured and so darling! A must watch!

Bald eagles, Katmai, Alaska photo credit: John Hunter Hiding on a nearby cliff pays off with this a touching snapshot of a mother, feeding their chicks.

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