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BABY WATCH: Bald eagle lays egg in Big Bear Lake

BIG BEAR LAKE (KRON) -  An egg has been laid in a nest shared by two bald eagles in Big Bear Lake and nature lovers will anxiously watch for the hatching via an online live feed.

The Desert Sun reports that mom and dad were filmed mating last month. 

The San Bernardino Forest Service says the parents will share incubation duties for the next month.

The baby eagle is expected to arrive in early April. 

Just 11 bald eagles are thought to live in the San Bernadino National Forest. 

You can watch a live feed of the eagles here.

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