This is the first of what will be many postings to this blog site about the 2010 mating and nesting season of the pair of bald eagles at Norfolk Botanical Garden. I will continue to update the activities of Azalea on the EagleTrak blog site. This blog (CCB Eagle Nest blog) will begin with the new 2010 season and the activities of the pair pictured above – male in front, female in back. They have begun mating and have been preparing their nest for their new yougsters for a couple months. Your comments and observations are very much welcomed and encouraged. Libby Mojica, bald eagle biologist with The Center for Conservation Biology, and I will do our best to keep you informed and to interpret the activities that you see on the live WVEC bald eagle web cam (coming very soon) that is provided by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.
Reese Lukei, Jr., CCB Research Associate