Two new eagles have landed

FIGHTER—One of the two eagle chicks, just a few months old, seen in its nest in the local mountains. Courtesy of NPSA pair of golden eagle chicks, a fully protected species in the state of California, have been found in a nest in a remote area of the western Santa Monica Mountains. It is the first confirmed golden eagle nest seen in the area since the late 1980s, when one was spotted in Lobo Canyon in the central portion of the mountain range, officials said.
The chicks, one male and one female,...

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