The Hays bald eagles now have three eggs in their nest—the latest egg was laid just after 2 p.m. Friday. The second egg was laid Feb. 15 and the first laid one week ago on Feb.12. The eggs typically hatch 35 days from when they were laid.
A camera, which is sponsored by the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania, in partnership with PixCams, is aimed at the eagles' nest and can be watched from http://assets.butlereagle.com/PitEagle/index.html.
This live video feed has been granted a special permit by the Pennsylvania Game Commission for educational purposes. The Hays camera is now running 24/7.