We're Addicted to the Bald Eagles' "Nest-Cam"

Washington DC (LInews) - Live HD cameras captured the hatching of two baby bald eagles over the weekend, and we haven't been able to stop watching since!

The "Nest-Cam" was set up after a mated bald eagle couple came to live in a tree at the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington D.C. Much of the time, the eaglets can't be seen because the eagle parents are sitting on top of them. It's worth keeping an eye on the feed anyway, if you're a nature-lover, because watching them being fed is an amazing sight.

To see the live feed of the Nest-Cam, click here.