Bald Eagles Spotted Protecting Eggs From the Snow

The bald eagles' dedication to parenthood was captured on a webcam in a Pennsylvania state park.
0:48 | 03/06/15

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We'll finally most of us consider ourselves dedicated parents think the do anything for our children. And apparently it is no different from mom and pop of birds take a look at these committed bald Eagles in Pennsylvania. Sitting on their eggs trying to keep their offspring warm even as the snow piled higher and higher look at that. Everything was covered but the little birds head and that is dedication and you know what I love this part this isn't just talk for mom know this is a modern household. The parents taking turns sitting on the Agnes which are due to hatch in three weeks. Please tell me that snow rob is going to melt. Or three week like that made at the divorce court today. Updated racists yeah I think it three maybe four weeks so it's your return yet. Got on the eggs at you know.

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