Second Baby Bald Eagle Hatches at D.C.'s National Arboretum

PHOTO: The second of the baby eagles hatched, March 20, 2016. PlayThe second of the baby eagles hatched, March 20, 2016.
WATCH Internet Viewers Watch Newborn Eagles Hatch

America’s most famous bald eagles have their hands full -- or rather, their wings -- after a second eaglet hatched this morning at the National Arboretum in Washington, D.C.

The first eaglet -- temporarily named DC2 -- was born Friday morning.

This morning’s adorable newborn, DC3, started hatching Saturday morning and then emerged around 3 a.m. today, the American Eagle Foundation said.

PHOTO: Internet viewers watched as the second of the newborn eagles hatched, March 20, 2016. American Eagle Foundation
Internet viewers watched as the second of the newborn eagles hatched, March 20, 2016.

The proud eagle parents, named Mr. President and The First Lady, fed both newborns around 7 a.m. today, giving livestream viewers their first glimpse of DC3.

PHOTO: The second of the baby eagles hatched, March 20, 2016. The second of the baby eagles hatched, March 20, 2016.
The second of the baby eagles hatched, March 20, 2016.

But the baby eagles won't be DC2 and DC3 forever. The public is expected to get to vote on the newborns' official names in the next few weeks. Early suggestions on social media range from “Sasha and Malia” to “Cherry and Blossoms.”