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Next month we should see the first nests with eggs.  Each pair normally lays their egg in the last week of November and the first two weeks of December.  We will also see a large number of unattached adults prospecting for mates.  Some of the unattached adults are older birds who may have lost a mate from previous years.  Others are returning chicks 3-7 year old.  Adults normally start breeding around 8 years old.

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