Baby Bald Eaglets Nest With Mom in Tennessee State Park

A pair of newly hatched bald eaglets were spotted nesting with their mother in Radnor Lake State Park in Nashville, Tennessee, video released on April 16 shows.

Tennessee State Parks reported in late January that a young bald eagle couple had begun nesting in the park.

Tennessee’s bald eagle population grew from no known successful nests between 1961 and 1983 to over 175 nesting pairs documented state-wide, Tennessee State Parks said.

This video shared on April 16 by the parks, who estimated the eaglets to be about three weeks old, show the hatchlings with their mother. Credit: Tennessee State Parks via Storyful

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