One of Berry's bald eagle pair totes a huge stick to the nest. The eagle actually snapped this limb from a tree in the area where the college wants to build a football stadium. The eagle snatched the limb in mid-flight and took the limb directly to the nest behind The Cage Center. (Doug Walker, RN-T)
Berry's adult bald eagles took a rest from soaring over The Cage Center at Berry on Thursday afternoon, Dec. 26, 2013. Eagle watchers are hoping the female will drop an egg any day now, based on the timing of nesting activity a year ago. (Doug Walker, RN-T)
One of Berry's nesting bald eagles, soars above The Cage Center Thursday, enjoying a spectacular winter afternoon. (Doug Walker, RN-T)
The male bald eagle leaves the nest in search of additional food as the female watches from the nest at Berry on Thursday afternoon, Dec. 26, 2013. (Doug Walker, RN-T)
Posted: Friday, December 27, 2013 7:30 am
Updated: 10:01 am, Fri Dec 27, 2013.
Bald eagles have been continually sited on Berry College’s campus since a nest was established near The Cage Center in 2012. Keep up with the latest activity in the bald eagles’ nest, including watching the live streaming Nest Cam, on the college’s website devoted to its resident eagles.
Friday, December 27, 2013 7:30 am.
Updated: 10:01 am.