A couple of weeks ago, I posted a photo of a Bald Eagle’s nest on the Old Mission Peninsula. Although we did not give a location as to where the nest is located, apparently word has leaked out.
We had a call from the folks who own the property on which the eagle’s nest is located. They said there’s been a steady stream of cars down the road near the nest, with some folks trespassing on their land to get a better look at the nest.
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While they understand the fascination with the nest, they’re concerned that the influx of cars and trespassers is disturbing the eagles, and they fear the eagles may abandon the nest and chicks and not return.
All that being said, they ask that you please respect the “No Trespassing” signs and not leave the roadway.
I will add that Spring brings an abundance of new life on the Old Mission Peninsula – not just eagles, but other animals like fox. I know of several fox dens on the OMP with lots of little furballs playing around the dens. It’s always a good idea to stay as far away as you can from these little homes so as not to disturb them. Thank you!
By the way, the photos of eagles, owls, fox and other wildlife you see on the Gazette are taken with a long lens, which allows us to stay far away from the subjects and not disturb them.