Though it is not entirely known how eagles decide on a mate, it is known eagles have one mate for life. Eagles can live until 30 and begin mating as early as four. Many species of eagles build the nest together, both taking care of their young. Bald Eagles use a “Sky Dance” for mating. Eagles can lay between 1-4 eggs, but not all eagles mate yearly.
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At four years of age, bald eagles become sexually mature. At this time, they look for a mate, who will stay with them for the rest of their lives. One courtship ritual occurs in the sky. Both male and female lock their talons together, fly around in the sky, and separate just before hitting the ground.
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