A bald eagle couple has been nesting on the Berry College campus in Mount Berry, Georgia since the spring of 2012.
Right now, there are two eggs in their nest that could hatch any time.
The first egg was laid on Jan. 6 and the second egg was laid on Jan. 9, according to the school's website.
Researchers said they expect to see eaglets hatch between Feb. 10 and 15.
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When the eagles laid two eggs during the 2013-14 season, they captured national and international attention and millions of of people watched the eagles daily.
"[The] cameras are equipped with infrared (IR) technology that allows viewing at night. This light spectrum is outside the viewing range of both bald eagles and humans. When on location at night, no light source can be seen by the naked eye," the website states.