"You can sort of see the expression on the other ones face seeing him leave for the first time, its like wow you can do that," said Steve Wunderley, a wildlife biologist. Wunderley said whats even more amazing is that all three eaglets have lasted this long. "Actually theres a lot of sibling rivalry between the eaglets thats why three of them dont usually make it fledging because sometimes theyll shove one of them out, but these three seem to get along ok," said Wunderley. A Sycamore tree at the NCTC in Shepherdstown has been the eaglets training ground as each one practices and prepares for take off. Its also been their home since they first hatched in early spring. While the web cam has given you a birds eye view of their miraculous moments from the beginning, wildlife officials said not to worry, the baby eagles will be back. "Once they leave the nest the parents have to teach them how to hunt, so theyll be hanging around the nest for a month or so," said Wunderley. Perhaps once again you can bear witness to the birth and beginning stages of life for another baby eagle. The eagles are back really well, back in the 70s they were down to less than 80 pair, and now there up to 1,000 in the Chesapeake region," said Wunderley. "Its a success story," said Wunderley. Click on [url=http://www.fws.gov/nctc/cam/]Eagle Web Cam[/url] to see the eaglets. Reported by Sinu Abraham" Former Boonsboro Middle School Teacher Pleads Guilty To Sex Abuse,1150755440,1150755440,"[img align=left]http://www.nbc25.com/main/uploads/sabraham_1150756287_boonsboro-abuser.gif[/img]WASHINGTON COUNTY, MD-a former Boonsboro Middle School teacher has pleaded guilty to sexually abusing one of his students more than 20 years ago.
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