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Bald Eagles Fledged in Early June

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There were three active bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) nests in the Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve this year, 2018.  We will soon report the number of eaglets that successfully fledged. During the week of June 4, “our” eagles, this year’s birds, left the nest.  Many visitors enjoyed observing them, especially those nesting near the Haul Road trail.

Glenn Mai photographed the young on and near the nest near Tulane Drive in early June.

 

 

 

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