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Eagles shine on camera at GA college

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ROME, GA (WRCB) - Berry College's Eagle Cam shows a pair of bald eagles that seem to be naturals in front of the camera.

The school's streaming Eagle Cam went live last fall, and the mating pair of eagles hatched two eggs last month.

The majestic birds don't appear to be bothered by the attention nor the wireless cameras.

"But they're wild animals, you never know," Chris Kozelle, Berry's Director of News and Editorial Services told WXIA in Atlanta.

Eagles mate for life, and often return to the same nest each year.

Berry College officials placed the wireless camera near the nest to show the hatching process, and it's been wildly popular with viewers on the web, generating millions of page view from interested eagle peepers.

One of the remaining eggs is expected to hatch any day now, giving Georgia a new generation of bald eagles.


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