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The nest is located about 80′ up in a Longleaf Pine tree, and was built by the resident eagles approximately eleven years ago.
Through the years, the nest has grown considerably in size and weight (likely weighing close to a ton).
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For the past nine years, Gretchen Butler (Volunteer for Audubon “Eagle Watch” Program and the American Eagle Foundation “Eagle Nest Cam” Program) has closely monitored and documented important events associated with the resident eagles and their offspring.
In late August or early September, the eagle pair usually return to this nest to begin their nesting cycle, which includes bonding, mating, nestorations, egg-laying, incubation, hatching, and raising their brood until their youngsters fledge and are able to fend for themselves.