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Follow KDKA-TV: Facebook | Twitter PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The African Penguins at the National Aviary are getting ready to host a birthday party, and everyone is invited.
“We haven’t had chicks in about three years,” says Chris Gaus, of the National Aviary.
The nesting pair Sidney and Bette produced two eggs in early November.
You can also keep an eye on our giraffes at their browsing posts enjoying a tasty treat.
Some highlight clips of bald eagle chicks, which hatched in this Washington, DC nest in March 2013, and their parents.
After the yolk sac is absorbed, the chick will start begging for food, and the parents will feed it a diet of partially digested fish several times a day.
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That plan had to change because “the eggs were already there, we couldn’t do that since it would disturb the penguins.” The Pittsburgh-based company custom built a rig to support the camera. The remote-controlled weather-proof gear can be adjusted as necessary to provide the best view of the nest.
The Aviary hopes it becomes an important teaching tool.