#EagleWATCH: Branching Bald Eagles

The young eagles have begun to branch, with the siblings in the White Rock nest, Kilo and Lima leading the way. The two eaglets can be seen moving about the nest bowl, moving errant sticks and feeding.

K58 in the Two Harbors nest is growing well and can be seen perched on nearby rocks, and wandering around the nest bowl. Her parents have been providing loads of food and the result is a big, healthy, young bald eagle.

Uno, the Delta 3 nest eaglet has grown immensely and could be the first of this years’ eaglets to fledge.

The Harrison Mills and Humboldt Bay eaglets are still quite small and are not yet at the branching stage. Both pairs of siblings are growing well and are well fed.

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