PITTSBURGH (AP) – A female bald eagle nesting in a Pittsburgh neighborhood has laid a third egg, likely the last of the season.
Bill Powers of PixController, which is providing a live-stream camera of the nest along the Monongahela river, says the new egg was spotted Tuesday night.
The 5Â½-year-old female nesting in the city’s Hays neighborhood laid the first egg a week ago and a second on Friday.
All of the eggs are expected to hatch in late March. The nest is about 100 yards away from an earlier nest that collapsed after the two eagles arrived in the area last spring and raised a chick.
Bald eagle pairs are active on two additional sites in Allegheny County. More than 200 nest sites have been reported in the commonwealth.
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