I arrived at the nest at about 7:30 AM. Luis was already there. He said both eagles had come in about 15 minutes before. The female spent some time on the nest and then joined the male (in the foreground in this photo) on the support branch just to the right of the nest. They stayed together, almost shoulder-to-shoulder for about a half hour until we left. Luis said they did a lot of calling when they began to roost together.
We had checked the nest several mornings during the past week and never found the eagles to be present. Luis also said that he came early several times and he also failed to see them.
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