BIG BEAR, Calif. (KABC) -- Congratulations again are in order for a bald eagle named Jackie and her mate Shadow, who have another egg in their nest in Big Bear.
Livestream video from the Big Bear Eagle Nest Cam in the San Bernardino Mountains showed the eagles tending to the egg after Jackie laid it on Sunday afternoon.
It's the first of her second clutch. A second clutch can be laid if the first is lost within a week or two of the first egg being laid.
The feathered couple is on alert -- and in nest-protection mode -- after ravens attacked all three of the eggs that Jackie laid last month.
Big Bear bald eagles are expecting again, weeks after ravens attacked previous eggs
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