As South Jersey's Newest Eaglets Hatch, Fans Get Bird's-Eye View

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SALEM, N.J. -

South Jersey's favorite fly couple added two new additions to its family. 

The New Jersey Audubon Society announced that the two bald eagles nesting on one of  PSE&G's transmission towers in Salem have finally welcomed their two little chicks into the world.

On Wednesday, April 4th, the two eaglets began hatching from their eggs and thanks to a live camera, their fans were able to get a birds-eye view of the exciting moment.

You can continue to watch as the little eagles grow by visiting eaglecam.njaudubon.org.

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