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When do Bald Eagles start laying there eggs.and mate


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Egg timing depends on local climate, as early as mid-winter in Florida, as late as May in northern parts of the range. In the midwest, probably March and April.

J. Elliott


In the Midwest, bald eagles mate from January to March and lay their eggs from March to May.

Grace Fields


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