Bald Eagle Egg #2 Day 1


The Fort St. Vrain Bald Eagles fussed about their nest again today. Those sticks just aren’t quite right!

The eagle in the foreground stood up when the smaller eagle in the background flew in. The smaller eagle is fussing with the sticks that make up the nest. Photo courtesy Excel Bird Cam.
Moving the stick. Photo courtesy Excel Bird Cam.

The larger eagle, in the foreground, flew off, and left us with a view of the smaller eagle — and two eggs.

Eagle with two eggs, as of sometime today. Photo courtesy Excel Bird Cam.

Of concern: snow and single digit night time temperatures for the next few days…

About coloradogeography

Amy Law is a second-generation Coloradoan with a passion for her native state. This translated into a Master’s degree in Natural Resources from Colorado State University, and continues as a lifelong fascination with how people and nature interact. From family vacations in the station wagon to travel for work, she's covered the state, and everywhere she goes, she finds new things to see and ideas to explore.
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2 Responses to Bald Eagle Egg #2 Day 1

  1. They could come rearrange sticks in my house if they like. 🦅

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