Times might be tough for the Minnesota moose but it’s fat city for the state’s eagles. The state now has more bald eagles than any of the lower 48 states.
The DNR has found one that it’s keeping an eye on, unveiling the Eagle Cam.
Curiously, this eagle has already laid three eggs. The DNR says it did so in January, about two months earlier than normal.
Eggs are incubated about 35 days, which puts the hatching any day now.
About the blogger
Bob Collins has been with Minnesota Public Radio since 1992, emigrating to Minnesota from Massachusetts. He was senior editor of news in the ’90s, ran MPR’s political unit, created the MPR News regional website, invented the popular Select A Candidate, started the two most popular blogs in the history of MPR and every day laments that his Minnesota Fantasy Legislature project never caught on.