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more Bald Eagle stuff

Just saw the son of neighbor outside passing by and he told me the 
Wildlife-Park Service had built two artificial eagle nests on the far back side 
of the lake (inaccessible to the public - posted) and had released two pairs of 
eagles there.  How they impress on them to 'stay' and not go flying off, I 
don't know.  Any bird-psychologists in the house?   :-)  

However, I don't know if they've bred yet or the chicks made it.

He did inform me that two weeks ago one of them died when it apparently was 
swooping and got hit by an SUV on Salem Rd - adjacent to the woods around the 
lake.  I guess they supplement their aquatic diet with small terrestrial 
animals much more than ospreys do?