Avon Lake elementary school launches live video of bald eagles

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AVON LAKE, Ohio- A pair of bald eagles who call an Avon Lake elementary school home can be seen 24/7 thanks to a live video feed.

The camera was installed at Redwood Elementary School and is now available to view through YouTube.

Stars and Stripes

Stars and Stripes

The eagles started nesting at the school in November 2014, and students named them Stars and Stripes. Two eaglets hatched in April, receiving the names Hope and Pride.

“The babies have left the nest, but the mother and father return. They could lay eggs here for the next 15-20 years. We are hopeful that will happen. Eagles mate for life,” principal T.J. Ebert said in a news release on Thursday.

The eagles are most active in the morning and return to the nest in the evening.

The school has fully embraced its unofficial mascots. Teachers incorporated Stars and Stripes into lessons and art projects

Redwood Elementary School