A baby bald eagle peeks out from his nest perched in the trees.
Both sexes of bald eagles prepare the nest for their young, usually a few months before egg-laying.
Bald eagle nests are among the largest nests of all birds. They tend to be about five six feet in diameter and about 3 feet tall, and are often made in the fork of large tree branches with sticks, grass and mosses.
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