Exciting news for the Rocky River Reservation bald eagle pair! A single eaglet has hatched as of March 26th, and continues to fair very well. The adult eagles are extremely busy taking turns foraging for fish, ducks and other prey that they bring to the nest daily. The adults delicately shred small pieces of food for the hatchling young eagle. The eaglet is covered in fuzzy white down feathers to keep it warm and protected. Within several weeks darker juvenile feathers will start to become visible. For now the parent eagles busily focus on feeding and protecting their precious young bird.