Not Many Recent Eagle Sightings… and No Nests Yet
By Lawrence Meyer
Beginning in October 2014, the conspicuous presence of two mature bald eagles that could be seen almost daily perched in trees along the Neponset River from the parking lot at Milton Landing sparked curiosity that the pair could be nesting nearby. And that would be neat because bald eagles have likely not nested in greater Boston in over a hundred years.
Since mid-April of 2016, the question has been not, “are they nesting?” but now “where did they go?”
That’s because after about 20 months of consistent habitation […]