A couple of bald eagles that have a nest in Seagoville are expecting.
The John Bunker Sands Wetland Center says the first egg was laid on January 25, the second on January 28.
John DeFillipo says the eagles are quite draw for visitors to the 2,000 acre Kaufman County conservation center.
"People don't walk in that front door and say 'John tell me everything you know about water conservation,' which my board would like to hear, but they want to see the eagles, where are the American bald eagles?"
You may remember when the eagles built their nest on a transmission tower that was dangerously close to high-voltage electricity. So crews built a replica tower and moved the nest 1,200 feet from the power lines.
Now people around the world can watch the eagles movements on a 24-hour webcam.
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