Bald eagle eggs about to hatch at Carillon Park

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Orv and Willa nesting eggs for third time at Carillon Park?

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Mother Nature does not slow down for anything, not even the coronavirus.

The Carillon Park eagles are on schedule to hatch their eggs in the coming days.

Fans of the eagles can check out the pair during the current stay-at-home order.

“I'd much rather enjoy what we have, instead of worrying about what we don't, or can't do,” said Evan Bunker of Troy.

According to experts, the eggs should hatch sometime Wednesday.

“They're starting to feel the eggs move around a little bit underneath them,” said eagle expert Jim Weller “As the babies are now breathing oxygen with their own lungs.

“To know that there are going to be baby eagles is exciting. especially now, when there's not a lot to be excited about.” said Samantha Bollheimer of Versailles

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