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Ohio’s bald eagle nesting season underway
Ohio’s resident adult bald eagles are already busy preparing for the next generation of eaglets, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Female bald eagles in Ohio typically lay one to three eggs sometime in mid-February or late March. Eggs are incubated by both parents for about 35 days, and the young eagles leave the nest about three months later, usually before the Fourth of July.
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Date Published: April 2, 2019