What a time to be alive.
The internet has taken our society to some pretty interesting places for better or for worse.
I’d like to argue that NOWHERE has been more captivating than watching a baby bald eagle hatch out of it’s shell on a live stream.
Two camera’s have been set up in the U.S. National Arboretum to observe a bald eagle’s nest full of eggs.
On the night of March 16th, officials noticed the eggs starting to break or “pip” meaning a baby was beginning to break out of it’s shell.
This put the internet in a frenzy and people, including us, flocked to watch the live stream.
If you missed it, don’t worry, there are more eggs to hatch and experts believe the next arrival will happen sometime this weekend.
You can watch the stream by clicking HERE but be warned, it’s hard to stop.