CUYAHOGA COUNTY, Ohio (WJW) — A pair of bald eagles are back building a nest at Rocky River Reservation, the Cleveland Metroparks reported.
Following a severe storm in December, the eagles’ previous nest was destroyed when a tree limb broke. So now, with breeding season underway, the two are back action working together to make a new home in a tulip tree located in the park.
Monday, the Metroparks shared a video of the mated eagles crafting a well-built home.
Watch the video at the top of the story.
Another pair of Eagles in Avon Lake, aptly named Stars and Stripes, are also causing a fuss with three eggs now in their nest, and you can watch a live feed of their nest right here.