What Is the Gestation of a Bald Eagle Egg?

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The gestation of a bald eagle egg is approximately 35 days. Both parents share the responsibility of the nest during the incubation period. Ninety-eight percent of the time one parent remains on the nest to protect the eggs and keep them warm.
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Clutches usually contain 1-3 eggs, and hatchlings appear after 35 days of gestation period.
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