Bald Eagle Update, Monday 7:15 a.m., April 4

Screen Shot 2016-03-31 at 4.46.54 PMThe first eaglet hatched on Saturday, March 26. The second arrived on Monday, March 28.

The young birds stay in the nest for approximately 10 to 12 weeks, until they are large enough and strong enough to leave (fledge). This is typically toward late June.

Scroll down for other recent posts. Our free on-line Bald Eagle e-book — packed with cool links, videos and info — is here.

Click the Duke Farms logo at right for our home page.

Tomorrow: What’s on the Menu at the Duke Farms Eagle Nest Bistro.

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5 Responses to Bald Eagle Update, Monday 7:15 a.m., April 4

  1. Aldona says:

    Thank you, can’t wait!

  2. CAROL KEREWICH says:

    LOVED the on line book. Fantastic job! Thank you so very much!

  3. Diane Cook says:

    Love those little wings stretched out! Love this capture Jim, thanks.

  4. Ginger guercin says:

    Are the baby eagles boys or girls. How can you tell the difference?

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