New Jersey's 'Flyest' Couple Begins Parental Journey

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SALEM, N.J. -

A local environmental preservation organization has some baby news to share with the public regarding New Jersey's newest star couple.

The New Jersey Audubon, a nonprofit organization, has announced that the two bald eagles nesting on one of PSE&G's transmission towers in Salem are expecting.

The eagle power couple finally laid their first eggs of 2018 right here in South Jersey.

And you can be a part of their parental journey and watch for the moment those little eggs hatch at eaglecam.njaudubon.org.

Related: This N.J. Eagle Nest Cam is the Perfect Antidote for Your Boring Day


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