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Did You Know — Eagles?

Did you know that Bald Eagles usually mate for life, and both parents tend the nest? It takes them 4-5 years to age to maturity, with several different patterns in their plumage over that time. Their nests are usually 4-5 feet wide and 2-4 feet deep. But, one pair of eagles in Florida, holds the… Continue reading Did You Know — Eagles?

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Everything is Beautiful! — Friends of Barr Lake

As Spring roars in like a lion with blizzards (the weather people call them bomb cyclones), more and more birds are beginning to migrate through Colorado. Ice has melted from the lakes, and waterfowl are returning–some on their way to other locations, and some to stay. Bald Eagles and Great Horned Owls already have their […]… Continue reading Everything is Beautiful! — Friends of Barr Lake