On February 12, storms and high winds destroyed this pair’s nest.
The nest contained an egg that had been laid on February 10.
Incredibly, just a week later, on February 19, we believe from her behavior that the female laid an egg in a new nest that she and her mate constructed from scratch about 100 feet away from where the old nest had been.
This marked the first time an eagle pair has been known to build a new nest and lay an egg in it so soon after the loss of a nest and egg.
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