The baby eagles have just gotten to the point where they are starting to flap their wings. They are trying to build muscle and courage.
"As they get bigger, they stand on the edge of their nest and start flapping their wings to kind of try out flying,” says Moffet. “My understanding is that around 11 weeks, they start their actual flights."
The adult eagles have already been named Michelle and Barack. Chief Lanier thinks the young should be named too. Her suggestions: Justice and Liberty.