BALD EAGLE PAIR NESTING ON CAPE COD!- FIRST NEST IN OVER 100 YEARS

Mass Wildlife reports that there are over 70 active Bale Eagle nests in Massachusetts, a record!  Now there is a brand new nest in Barnstable. The last reported Bald Eagle nest was seen on Cape Cod in Sandwich, in 1905.

The public can support the conservation of Bald Eagles and other rare species in Massachusetts by reporting sightings and donating to MassWildlife’s Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program.

What does a Bald Eagle nest look like?

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