A pair of bald eagles affectionately named "Stars" and "Stripes" by a group of Avon Lake students have returned to their nest at Redwood Elementary School to raise a new brood this season.
The pair has produced two eggs this year. School officials believe the first egg was laid on Sunday. The second egg was laid Wednesday evening.
According to Redwood Elementary School principal T.J. Ebert, the bald eagles typically lay two to three eggs. The eggs usually take between 36 to 38 days to hatch.
The school set up a camera in the tree above the nest, allowing anyone to watch the birds on the district's YouTube live stream.
The eggs are expected to hatch in the first week of April, school officials said.
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