Bald Eagle call Fort Campbell home

By Sgt. Patrick KirbyMay 10, 2018

Daniel Moss, avian ecologist, Fort Campbell Fish and Wildlife, observes the Bald Eagle nest at Fort Campbell. "We will monitor the nest until completion," Moss said. "Between 74 to 80 days from when the eggs hatched."
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Daniel Moss, avian ecologist, Fort Campbell Fish and Wildlife, observes the Bald Eagle nest at Fort Campbell. "We will monitor the nest until completion," Moss said. "Between 74 to 80 days from when the eggs hatched." (Photo Credit: Sgt. Patrick Kirby) VIEW ORIGINAL