Early Bloomers

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.

Early Bloomers

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