Bald eagles have been making their presence increasingly felt in Natick in recent months and years, and now it could be that one has chosen the South Natick area as a good spot to raise a family. Hey, why not? The neighborhood has everything they need for a happy home—the Charles River is right there and full of fish, and there are ample massive old pine trees to choose from to build the perfect aerie.
Eagle-eyed reader Patty Campbell sent along some great shots of a bald eagle apparently picking up some building supplies from a tree in her South Natick yard. After pausing on a sturdy branch, she says the eagle then flew off with a twig toward a nearby well-wooded area. All photos by Patty Campbell.
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More on eagles in the area
Eagle eyed in Wellesley Square
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