LEARFIELD (St. Paul, MN) — The Minnesota DNR says one of the two eggs in the EagleCam nest is broken. Officials say it happened Tuesday when the male and female were switching incubation duties and the male rose with the egg stuck to his brood patch. It is unknown whether the egg broke when the male stood up or if it happened earlier. Conservation officers say there is no indication the remaining egg is broken or infertile. The eagle pair will continue incubating it for about three more weeks.
DNR Reports One Egg in EagleCam Nest is Broken
Josh Goblish2023-03-02T07:05:58-06:00March 2nd, 2023|Categories: News|