I am addicated to cool green science, and so are my kids.  Cool Green Science is the conservation blog of The Nature Conservancy, and they have excellent content on birds, wildlife, trees and nature in general.  The reason for my family's latest addiction is the blog's Bald Eagle webcam which offers streaming live video from a bald eagle nest on Santa Cruz island. 

Biologists recently spotted two eggs in this bald eagle nest, and my kids just love watch the parents as they take turns hanging out in the nest, rolling their eggs, calling out to each other, and taking off for the occasional flight.  The video above is the mom laying her eggs on Feb. 25.  That means we're about 16 days in to the 35-day incubation period for the eggs.  So, it looks like things will get pretty exciting by the end of the month!  

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