LVM senior expert and ornithologist Uģis Bergmanis noticed the nest while doing routine monitoring.
Two young eagles in one nest is a rare find, since it is typical for the species to pursue obligate siblicide or cainism.
"Usually two birds hatch from two eggs, and the oldest kills the youngest. In under 2% of all cases two birds grow up," said the ornithologist.
In the territory of Murmastiene, this is the ninth such case in 40 years.