So far this month, no one except for "Watcher" has reported seeing eagles at the Pembroke Pines nest.
At 7:47 AM, about 25 minutes after sunrise this morning an adult was flying over west Miramar from the direction of the nest towards the large lake in Sunset Lakes, about 2 miles SE of the nest. It was moving from NW to SE. There is a lighthouse on an island in this lake and they are sometimes reported resting there during both breeding season and in between.
On October 15 I watched the nest from about 10:15 to 10:45 AM and no eagles were present. I photographed the nest which does not appear to have changed since earlier this month.
For comparison, here is my photo taken on October 3:
Here is a photo of the nest taken one year ago, in early November, 2019:
BTW, I visited the nest again today from 9:15 - 10:00 AM and also checked out all the known roosting sites, and once again did not see any eagles. I did get a bonus as there were warblers eating the Trema berries along the eastern edge of the eagle nest woodlands (west side of SW 208th).
Here is the nest this morning. It appears unchanged: