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Two golden eagle chicks were discovered in the Santa Monica Mountains and banded by biologists in early May. Photos by National Park Service
The last time a nest was confirmed in the mountains was in the late 1980s near Lobo Canyon.
The chicks were a 12-week-old male and female.
Submitted by National Park Service
6:42 am PDT July 3, 2019
A pair of golden eagle chicks, a fully protected species in the state of California, have been found in a nest in a remote area of the western Santa Monica Mountains.