Avon Lake Eagle Cam: There’s an Egg in the Nest! Update! Second Egg Now in Nest!

Many readers have been following the Eagles nest at Redwood Elementary School in Avon Lake (32967 Redwood Blvd.) via the school’s Eagle Cam.

Redwood Eagle Nest Camera_FEATExciting news of the day: There’s now an egg in the nest!

UPDATE 3-2-16: There is now a second egg in the nest. Right now, the mother has been on the eggs for most of the morning. You can view the camera feed 24/7. When a screen shot of the second egg becomes available it will be posted.

According to Principal T.J. Ebert, the mother likely laid the egg Friday evening between 9:15-10:15 p.m. Eagles usually lay 2-3 eggs – and they lay them 2-3 days apart – so they could have more. The egg(s) usually takes 36-38 days to hatch.  According to calculations,  the happy couple would have eaglets by first week of April (36 days make it April 1). 

Students follow the eagles via a camera that was installed a few months ago. The camera provides a live 24/7 feed of the nest.

You can follow the eagles at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZnb3jQ2YZo.

Last year, Redwood had two eaglets and named them ‘Hope’ and ‘Pride.’

Second egg clearly visible:

The school’s  current eagles are named  ‘Stars’ and ‘Stripes’ (all named by the students).

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