A pair of bald eagles provided a Thanksgiving Day gift at a South Florida zoo.
Zoo Miami, in collaboration with Wildlife Rescue of Dade County and the Ron Magill Conservation Endowment at the Zoo Miami Foundation, announced that a pair of bald eagles that have been the subject of their “eagle cam” have produced an egg, Thursday.
Rita, and her partner Ron, lost one of their previous eggs in a storm.
The zoo said bald eagles usually lay two eggs, so everybody is watching and waiting.
If all goes well, these eggs will hatch between Christmas and New Year’s Day.