You might be seeing baby birds in your neighborhood– robins learning to fly, ducklings in a line following their mother. But they’re not the only spring hatchlings– check out the bald eagles at the San Francisco Zoo! You can learn all kinds of fun facts about these amazing birds– for instance, an adult bald eagle’s wingspan is six feet, but they only weigh nine pounds– less than the average house cat! Their website even shows you where you can watch live video feeds of eagle nests. But hurry– eaglets learn to fly in June, so they won’t be in the nest for long!

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