Bald Eagle Mom May Have Adopted Two Chicks

· Jun. 16, 2015, 12:36 pm

Boulder County wildlife staff says two bald eagle chicks have been seen with a stepmother, after theirs was electrocuted last month. The Daily Times-Call in Longmont reports that wildlife workers have seen a female bald eagle roosting on a nest where a male eagle had been tending to his two chicks. Bald eagle pairs split duties while raising their young.

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