The eagle watch is back on -- one of D.C.'s three bald eagle couples is growing its family.
Two new eggs have appeared in the nest of Liberty and Justice, a bald eagle couple that's been nesting near the Metropolitan Police Department headquarters in Southeast D.C.
A live camera is trained on the nest, courtesy of the Earth Conservation Corps.
The Earth Conservation Corps said the first egg was spotted early Sunday morning and the second egg was spotted Tuesday evening at 8 p.m.
The eggs should hatch about 35 days after being laid.
This nest is just one of three established around Washington by different pairs of eagles.