Around four or five years of age, bald eagles set out to search for a mate. Mating season is dependent upon the region, however every season lasts for about three months. Bald eagles can breed annually once they reach maturity, but some do not breed every year – for reasons such as food, nesting, or weather. Bald eagles can live up to 30 years of age, and in that time, they may produce several offspring.
Bald Eagles can reproduce every year after they’ve reached sexual maturity. They mate for life, and will use the same next year after year.
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