Bald Eagles Up To Their Necks In Snow Still Make Sure They Look After Their Young
Raising children has some tough challenges for parents and that’s something these bald eagles know first hand after snow blanketed their nest.
The two eagles demonstrated unparalleled devotion to their young after their nest in Codorus State Park, Pennsylvania was covered by several inches of snow.
As the snow covered more and more of their nest, one of the eagles stayed put to ensure their eggs stayed warm and safe.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission, which placed a camera at the nest and has a live stream on its website, captured the parenting superstars in action on March 5, 2015.
The Commission said that the eagles and their eggs are doing fine and they’ve got another few weeks to go before the eggs hatch.