This is a photo of nesting eagles in Ridgefield Park three winters ago. The eagles are perched directly above the nest. Photo: NJMC Jim Wright's next weekly post for this blog -- all about Bald Eagle nests -- arrives at 1 p.m. on Wednesday (March 11).
Our story thus far: The female Bald Eagle has laid two eggs this season, on 2/16-17 and 2/20. Incubation takes approx. 5 weeks. You can view the nest on streaming video here. Previous posts include the Duke Farms Bald Eagle nest, Bald Eagle Basics, Duke Farms' Bald Eagle eggs, and the checkered history of Bald Eagle eggs in New Jersey.