How many eggs does a bald eagle lay?

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A bald eagle normally lays from one to three eggs. These eggs are mostly laid between five to ten days after a successful copulation. The bald eagle is a member of the sea and fish eagle group that has a life span of 30 years.
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1-3, but usually just 2.
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2-3 a week, do the math Einstein!
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One or fewer. it's more realistic to ask how many eggs a hen can lay per week. Most breeds don't lay daily, more like 3 to 5 or 6 a week. And 5-6 is very, very good.
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Bettas are difficult to breed, and not recommended for beginners. Females can be identified by a small, white 'pearl' at the rectum. This is called an ovipositor, most visible from
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