The Minnesota DNR is once again providing the public an “ up close and personal” view of a growing bald eagle family.

The DNR says three eggs were laid in mid January and the first birth was recorded February 24. At last check, the other two eggs were still intact.

A live camera feed shows the eaglet being periodically fed and kept warm, apparently by its mother.

To view the live feed, go to EagleCam.

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