Many readers have been following the Eagles nest at Redwood Elementary School in Avon Lake (32967 Redwood Blvd.) via the school’s Eagle Cam.
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.
Second egg clearly visible:
The school’s current eagles are named ‘Stars’ and ‘Stripes’ (all named by the students).