A baby eagle that was removed from its nest a week ago near the Orlando-Sanford International Airport has a new home on Thursday.

Two full-grown eagles perched atop the nest tree as if they knew something was going on, WESH 2 News reported.

The mission was to bring down the baby already in the nest. Another eagle was rescued from a nest at the Orlando-Sanford International Airport.

Once that baby is found by the workers of Birds of Prey, it will be brought back to is new home in Maitland. They will make sure it can fly on its own in the flight cage. Then it’ll be brought back here for other eagles to take it in.

Thankfully, the parents will find them and keep feeding them, even after the birds have left the nest.