Wednesday, February 19, 2014


The nest of the eagle is called an aerie and is made of a pile of sticks in a tree approximately 20 to 30 feet above the ground. The nest can be as much as 7 feet  across and 11 feet deep. Inside the nest, the eagle will lay one to three unmarked white eggs. Both parents share incubation and in approximately 35 days the young are hatched.
Bald Eagle

We have been watching a eagle and it is really cool here is the link
and the eggs are (we think) are going to hatch TODAY!!!!!!

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