Bald Eagles Nest Work

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4 Responses to Bald Eagles Nest Work

  1. Ellen Bunnell says:

    So glad the baler twine is gone. No I didn’t not see it until I searched for it. It seems like today’s pix are showing the gathering of final touches to the nest. And all the grass/hay is being tucked in. I can only imagine that the twine came with hay earlier.
    Today’s pix are once again regal/royal blue looking. Nice shots.

    • Jim Johnson says:

      Ellen Bunnell,
      It was about this time last year that they stopped working on the nest for a long while. The eagles did not work on it in the rain this morning. The female was nearby but left. Did not see the male. Thank You…

  2. Great shots of the wing feathers! The light must have been just right to catch their edges.

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