Photo Sequence of the First Hatch

Screen Shot 2015-03-28 at 7.09.21 AMThe above photo, taken this morning, is of the eaglet that hatched yesterday (Friday, March 27).

The sequence below shows the long process of the hatch, beginning with a small hole (pip) in the egg.

You can click on a photo to enlarge.

The Ustream live video feed is here.

— Jim Wright

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5 Responses to Photo Sequence of the First Hatch

  1. Camille says:

    Thanks so much!

  2. mithriluna says:

    So exciting! This year we hope to visit Duke Farms often. It’s such a wonderful place for families .

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