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Harrison Bay Eaglets Likely To Hatch On St. Patrick's Day 

Bear Trace at Harrison Bay golf course superintendent Paul Carter set up a webcam to once again monitor American Bald Eagles at his course, with funding provided by the USGA, the Friends of Harrison Bay State Park and the Tennessee State Parks system.
In the 2011 nesting season two eaglets hatched and fledged. This year two eggs were laid, the first on Feb. 10 and the second on Feb. 13 and now the hatching date for Elliott and Eloise's eggs is expected on St. Patrick's Day.

You can check in live here:

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Reader Comments (6)

Not so much a comment on the artice but Happy St Patrick's Day to Geoff and all Shackelfordians from our Green and pleasant land..
03.17.2013 | Unregistered CommenterIrish Golf Nut
Could it be that the USGA is involved in something that will not draw criticism on this site?

Happy St. Paddy's day, my favorite time of the year, tournament basketball, warm days start outnumbering the cold ones, and the Masters is just around the corner..........Cheers
Thank you for posting this. These cameras are very common and are very necessary to remind people that life goes on, which is probably more important than golf, makes the anchoring ban look pretty trivial
03.17.2013 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Morris
So cool! Happy St Patrick's Day everyone -- don't drive!
03.17.2013 | Unregistered CommenterMark B
@ Mark B...............don't even putt! Happy St. Patrick's Day to everyone from a cold but bright and sunny Limerick. Where my shticks, I'm going out flogging?
03.17.2013 | Unregistered CommenterIvan Morris
I am finding this video feed compelling. I think we're still waiting! Incredible birds.

Hi Ivan, hopefully today you're pounding the driver not your head.
03.18.2013 | Unregistered CommenterMark B

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