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We saw her make a "poopshot" that contained a large white mass; she was on the CU cam at the time so the camera caught this reasonably clearly.
Much to our surprise, this was not the end of the season: Em laid an egg late on April 20 and the eagles began the ritual of incubating for a few hours and then exchanging places.