Yesterday (April 5) California experienced a 5.3 earthquake.
But it wasn't just the city residents that felt the quake. A eagle's nest was shook up as well.
A webcam captured eagle chicks in the Sauces Canyon on Santa Cruz Island experiencing their first quake, according to the Institute for Wildlife Studies. The institute said the earthquake was centered about 15 miles southeast of the nest.
In the video, you can see the tree and nest really start to shake. The adult eagle flies away, but then quickly returns to its baby chicks.
There were no reports of significant damage because of the quake.