Law enforcement agents are helping to give visually impaired kids the chance to participate in Easter egg hunts.

The Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms brought together bomb technicians to help build Easter eggs that beep for their second annual egg hunt.

The ATF agents built an additional 40 eggs to add to the ones they made last year.

A special agent started the tradition more than a decade ago for his daughter who is blind.

Now bureaus across the country participate in the annual tradition.

"Our agents have a very tough job, we deal with pretty much the worst of the worst on a daily basis; any time we have an opportunity to give back to the public, especially the children, to see the smile on their faces is what makes it all worth while," said Special Agent John Devito.

This year 2 egg hunts will be held.  One in Brooklyn, the other on Staten Island.