The Topeka Zoo announces that hatching of two Golden Eagle Chicks.

The zoo says the birds hatched on April 27 and May 1.

Both chicks are being kept in the nest by their parents and are not visible to the public yet.

Zoo staff says the chicks will be very dependent on their parents for feeding and care for the next few months.

The Topeka Zoo has had the Golden Eagles since the mid-1960s.

The zoo became the first zoo to successfully hatch Golden Eagles in captivity in 1971.

The zoo has produced a total of 57 chicks since then.