NORTH FORT MYERS, Fla. — Proud eagle parents Harriet and M15 worked in perfect harmony Monday night and kept their eggs safe from an airborne attacker.
An owl attacked the SWFL Eagle Cam nest on Monday, Jan. 11. Resident eagle’s Harriet and M15 fought off the owl who was looking to snag one of the eggs.
The eagles understand what kind of intruders they are up against and work together to keep the nest secure.
The last update on the SWFL Eagle Cam was posted at 2:36 p.m. on Tuesday and said, “A committee perched, possibly a wake of vultures across the road and a kettle soaring.”
Time is ticking down to egg hatching time. Both eggs are estimated to hatch in less than two weeks.
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