The Minnesota DNR's EagleCam is back for its fourth year, and it recently caught the pair of eagles that call the nest home feeding their young eaglets.

According to the DNR, "the pair, which has used this spot for many years, has started to visit the nest after a few months absence. Last year the first egg was laid on the 19th or 20th of January, with all three being laid by the 25th of January. Eagles typically incubate their eggs for about 35 days."

It looks like the babies, which started hatching on March 3rd, are enjoying some pigeon for a meal, it's cool to see how eager the little eagles are to get their food, and how delicate the adult eagle is feeding them.