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Bald Eagles' Nest in Decorah, Iowa
The Decorah Eagles – The eggs hatched in late March. The young birds will fledge, or leave the nest, probably in mid-June. According to the Raptor Resource Project, this pair has been together since the winter of 2007/2008, and they have successfully raised young every year. Bald Eagles mate for life, and they nest in the same place year after year. They refurbish the nest each year, and the nest may weigh more than a ton. The Bald Eagle was taken off the Endangered Species List in 2007.
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