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Decorah Eagles Lay an Egg

The Decorah eagle pair who hatched and raised three eaglets last year before an Internet audience of millions, are back in production. The momma eagle laid her first egg Friday live on UStream and will likely lay one or two more. The first eaglet should hatch in 35-37 days.
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