Southern California is breathlessly awaiting the arrival of two bald eagles who may hatch possibly this week in a nest near Big Bear Lake.
The Friends of Big Bear Valley have installed a camera providing a live feed of the eagles' nest located on US Forest Service land in the mountains above Los Angeles. The area around the eagles nest has been closed to the public to protect the eagles.
Volunteers with FBBV say the eggs showed up in January and they're likely to hatch within the next week or so. If you want to help track eagles, you're welcome to join by showing up at the site. The final count is scheduled for March 10th.