When I visited the nest this morning, there was a juvenile eagle on a tree nearby. One of the parents was calling out and seemed very disturbed. I assumed he/she was calling for the other to come and run off the intruder. I didn't see the eaglet and was a bit worried. I hoped she/he was keeping his/her head down in case of trouble (I've seen the young ones do this when the parents seem agitated). So, we went back later this afternoon. Not only was everything fine, we discovered there are two eaglets in the nest! Click on pictures to enlarge.
This is how many land animals have been killed worldwide for the meat, dairy, and egg industries since you opened this webpage:
In the US alone, 10 billion land animals are raised and killed for meat, eggs, and milk every year. 3 to 4 million companion animals (pets) are killed in shelters every year. 10 billion aquatic animals are killed for human consumption every year.