How Many Eggs Does a Bald Eagle Lay?


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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Ma and Pa eagle build a large nest consisting of a structural understory of twigs and limbs. The nest is usually high up in a tree, sometimes on a cliff, or even on the ground, but
Eagles lay from one to three eggs. Five to ten days after a successful copulation.
Bald eagles usually lay two eggs, but the number can vary from one egg to three eggs. Source(s)
My guess is that birds can only lay one egg a day due to the energy, etc needed to produce a viable egg. according to this website, this is what they say about robins, which i guess
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