EUGENE, Ore. – Some baby ospreys will soon be flying around the University of Oregon.
Two eggs were discovered Thursday in the osprey nest perched above the Knight Law Center.
The two bird parents have been taking turns sitting on the eggs and keeping them warm.
There is a live camera set up above the nest. To watch the ospreys, click here.
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