Coming in for a landing on the beach in front of Malcolm Island Inn
Posted On April 12, 2014
Eagles are monogamous and pair for life. Young eagles don’t breed until they are about 5 years old. Both eagles build the nest which is built with sticks and lined with grass, moss and seaweed. Breeding season is from April to August in Canada. One to three eggs are laid and hatch after 35 days. They can live up to 28 years in the wild.