By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– The second egg of the 2020 season has been laid at a Big Bear area bald eagle nest made popular by a live webcam feed.
The egg was laid at approximately 5:09 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 11. “We are very excited to see bald eagles continuing to successfully reside and raise young in this part of the forest,” said Marc Stamer, district ranger for the Mountaintop Ranger District. “But that success is shared by the public who continue to adhere to an area closure around the nest.” Bald eagles are known to abandon nests, eggs and young when feeling threatened by human activities.