Two captive bald eagles at the Carolina Raptor Center, Savannah and Derek, produced the first eagle chick to hatch at the center in 2006. Savannah is again brooding two eggs, but those are expected to be infertile.
Two captive bald eagles at the Carolina Raptor Center, Savannah and Derek, produced the first eagle chick to hatch at the center in 2006. Savannah is again brooding two eggs, but those are expected to be infertile. File
Two captive bald eagles at the Carolina Raptor Center, Savannah and Derek, produced the first eagle chick to hatch at the center in 2006. Savannah is again brooding two eggs, but those are expected to be infertile. File

Will nesting bald eagle at Carolina Raptor Center become a mom? See for yourself.

February 14, 2018 11:19 AM