DECORAH, Iowa - The eaglets, named D32 & D33 are growing fast, appearing in the nest as fluffy, hungry youngsters. See videos below.
This bald eagle nest is located near a trout hatchery in Decorah, Iowa, in the far northeast part of the state.
After two of this pair's nests were destroyed, the Raptor Resource Project team began constructing this nest with the hopes that the eagles would take it over and build upon it--and they have!
There was drama last year for Decorah Eagle fans as the father Eagle disappeared, likely dead, leaving the mother to raise three eaglets on her own.
This year, the mother has a new mate, and two of the pair's eggs have hatched.
CLICK HERE for the Decorah Eagles live stream by the Raptor Resource project.