So far, so good — two eggs, both due to hatch toward the end of March (35 days after each arrived).
Tomorrow and Wednesday, we’ll post some photos of the Duke Farms Bald Eagles away from the nest. Such photos were a tad hard to come by when we did the e-book last summer and fall.
Speaking of which, if you have not looked at “Duke Farms’ Bald Eagles” — a free on-line e-book with tons of info, beautiful photos and helpful inks — what are you waiting for?
The link is here.
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