The bald eagle lays 1 – 3 eggs per clutch. The length of time between when the nest is made to when the young are moving and “fledgling” is about 8 months. But it varies by species of eagle. The rare Philippine eagle lays only 1 egg during a breeding cycle, but if the first fails she can usually lay a replacement.
Bald eagles lay 1-3 eggs in a clutch. The eggs are 2.3-3.3 in by 1.9-2.5 in and are a dull white color. The incubation period is 34-36 days. Once they hatch, the nestling period lasts for 56-98 days. Eagles mate for life and may lay eggs every year.
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