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Bald Eagles' Nest in Decorah, Iowa

The Decorah Eagles – nesting again in 2018. The young birds will fledge, or leave the nest, probably in mid-June. 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.

Nest cam: 

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