Redding's famous eagles ... "Liberty" and "patriot" ... now have three eggs in their nest.
The third egg was spotted just after 5:30 Wednesday night on Turtle Bay's live "Eagle Cam".
There is video of the event on the "Friends of the Redding Eagles" Facebook page.
The bald eagles' nest is located in a cottonwood tree on the north side of Highway 44 along the Sacramento River.
Liberty and Patriot first moved in to the area in 2004, and return every year to fledge a new batch of eaglets.