Not one, but two eagle chicks!


When I checked in on the bald eagles this afternoon, I thought I saw two balls of fuzz.

But it was really hard to tell.

Then the mother eagle stepped back, and I could see a bit better.

Two little heads, one egg!

About coloradogeography

Amy Law is a second-generation Coloradoan with a passion for her native state. This translated into a Master’s degree in Natural Resources from Colorado State University, and continues as a lifelong fascination with how people and nature interact. From family vacations in the station wagon to travel for work, she's covered the state, and everywhere she goes, she finds new things to see and ideas to explore.
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2 Responses to Not one, but two eagle chicks!

  1. I love these dedicated parents…they will have no trouble managing twins:)

  2. Squeals! Oops, sorry, couldn’t contain my enthusiasm for seeing these two little fluff balls who will grow into majestic creatures.

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