A pair of bald eagles residing in a tree outside an Avon Lake elementary school has welcomed another eaglet to their nest.
The pair of eagles was affectionately named "Stars" and "Stripes" by a group of Avon Lake students several years ago. They have returned to their nest each year at Redwood Elementary School to raise a new brood.
An egg hatched on Friday around 9:44 a.m. A second egg started to hatch later in the day.
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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.