At about 2 p.m. Tuesday at the bald eagle nesting site in the Pittsburgh community of Hays, the second egg of 2016 was laid. The first arrived Saturday, four days earlier than the initial arrival of last year's brood.
Eagles at the Harmar site are active but have yet to produce an egg.
Eagle eggs tend to be laid about two days apart. In 2015, no eggs survived at either nesting site.
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