Two bald eagles perch in the same tree near Bogle’s Wharf at Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge on Thursday morning, Dec. 10. At least one bald eagle was spotted building a nest in the same area during the following weeks. According to the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, this is the courting season for bald eagles; they lay their eggs by March.
Read Jim Wilson’s profile about bald eagles on the Eastern Shore on page 2.
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