Bald Eagles Nesting in Salem Expecting Eggs to Hatch Soon

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SALEM, N.J. -

The Easter bunny isn't the only one who will be arriving in South Jersey this weekend.

The New Jersey Audubon Society announced the egg-citing news that the two bald eagles nesting on one of PSE&G's transmission towers in Salem will be welcoming their two baby eagles into the world very soon.

The two eaglets are expected to hatch sometime between Saturday, March 31st, and Monday, April 2nd.

And lucky for us we can all be a part of welcoming South Jersey's newest eagles in the world by watching them hatch live at eaglecam.njaudubon.org.

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