Eagle Watch Round 2: Pair of Bald Eagles Expecting at DC Police Academy

Two eggs are expected to hatch outside the police training academy in Southeast

The bald eagles at the National Arboretum aren't the only eagles in town. D.C. police has launched its own eagle cam at the department's training academy in Southeast, where a pair of eagles are waiting on two eggs to hatch.

"Liberty" and "Justice" have been nesting 110 feet up an oak tree at the police academy for the past 11 years, police said.

Liberty, the female eagle, laid two eggs in February and they are expected to hatch by Tuesday, March 28.

Police said Liberty spends most of her time incubating her eggs and caring for the young chicks, once they hatch.

Justice, the male, is tasked with catching fish and bringing them for Liberty and the hatchlings.

Click here to watch the Liberty and Justice on the eagle cam.

Two eaglets recently hatched at the National Arboretum, where eagles "Mr. President" and "The First Lady" live.

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