UPDATE: Last week, one of the eaglets (B11, I think) fell out of the nest. It did not survive the fall. It is part of nature, but it is still sad.
They are numbered for simplicity purposes. B10 and B11 are the official designations for the latest editions to the world's population of Bald Eagles. Two healthy eaglets were born about a week or so ago. The change over the next few weeks will be rapid and dramatic. I am an expert at this point having watched for about four years now.
When you see them together you can tell which is which. Mom is a good bit larger than dad. It's a Bald Eagle thing.
Each year we watch this lovely couple prepare the nest, then tend to their eaglets until they fledge. The "partners-for-life" Bald Eagles are at Berry College (think NW of Atlanta). Check out the Facebook page and learn more. Or, just go full screen and enjoy. BTW: There are three total nest cams and I have embedded two of three below.