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SEAGOVILLE (CBSDFW.COM) – For the second time since Oncor relocated the home of a family of bald eagles at the John Bunker Sands Wetland Center in Seagoville, baby eaglets have hatched in the 200-pound nest.

According to Oncor, based on eagle activity, it appears both mom and dad have been feeding some hungry mouths, but it’s unclear exactly how many eaglets have hatched.

Bald eagles as seen from Oncor's Eagle Cam 1 (courtesy: Oncor)

Bald eagles as seen from Oncor’s Eagle Cam 1 (courtesy: Oncor)

Last August, Oncor relocated an entire family of bald eagles just minutes from downtown Dallas, away from high voltage power lines to a safe spot where they can multiply and thrive.

Bald eagles in Seagoville nest. (courtesy: Oncor)

Bald eagles in Seagoville nest. (courtesy: Oncor)

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