An eagle flies to a nest located in conservation easement land for the state of Florida next to a new home in Audubon Country Club in Collier County on Wednesday. According to Colin Flinn, vice president of Audubon Joint Venture, the developer of Audubon Country Club and largest landholder there, the pair of birds has been building nests in the club for 16 years and started building this new nest on Oct. 25, 2005, right after Hurricane Wilma hit the area. He thinks eggs were laid a couple of weeks ago and it is possible that they already have hatched.

Photo by Tracy Boulian, Naples Daily News

An eagle flies to a nest located in conservation easement land for the state of Florida next to a new home in Audubon Country Club in Collier County on Wednesday. According to Colin Flinn, vice president of Audubon Joint Venture, the developer of Audubon Country Club and largest landholder there, the pair of birds has been building nests in the club for 16 years and started building this new nest on Oct. 25, 2005, right after Hurricane Wilma hit the area. He thinks eggs were laid a couple of weeks ago and it is possible that they already have hatched.

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