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Two bald eagles are perched a few trees away from each other Thursday at AuSable Point near Lake Champlain. This is mating season for bald eagles in the Northeast; February is when they typically finish building their nests and start laying eggs, which should hatch next month, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The baby birds should be ready to leave the nest sometime in summer. (Provided photo — Alyissa Galusha)
Two bald eagles are perched a few trees away from each other Thursday at AuSable Point near Lake Champlain. This is mating season for bald eagles in the Northeast; February is when they typically finish building their nests and start laying eggs, which should hatch next month, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The baby birds should be ready to leave the nest sometime in summer. (Provided photo — Alyissa Galusha)

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