Bald eagles can be found where lots of water, food and old & live trees to make nests in. The older the tree, the taller it is for a better view of the area. They are the only eagle found along the sea line. They like to nest where there is little human disturbance. However, there has been multiple sightings of eagles along the "Independence Dam" where visitors go to fish, view the local wildlife, picnics, and hiking.
Eagles are able to reproduce around the age of four or five years old. When they mate, they mate for life. However it a mate dies. They will find another mate. Bald Eagles tend to go back to where they were born to reproduce. Life span on a wild Bald Eagle is 20 years. The longest lives in captivity is 38 years. One has been known to live for 50 years in captivity.
Have you had the opportunity to see a Bald Eagle in the wild?
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