PHOTOS: New Baby Bald Eagles at Lake Carasaljo

This is the third season of seeing Bald Eagles at Lakewood’s Lake Carasaljo.

Provided by Craig Gesicki

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  1. “My wife, the kids and I, all live in a teeny home, made out of broken twigs and discarded paper,” a father Bald Eagle told reporters on Sunday from his tree perch at Lake Carasaljo. “It’s not an easy life; I’m not a wealthy bird by any stretch of the imagination. But I’m willing to make the necessary sacrifice so that my little ones can grow up living in a town like Lakewood.”

  2. The nest is in one of the trees along the fence line of Georgian court, facing the lake on North Lake Drive. FYI a baby eagle is called an eaglet.

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