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Birds nest question

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Has anyone noticed the birds nest on top of the light on the southeast corner of HY169 and HY62? It looks like an eagles nest. One morning I saw a hawk of some kind sitting on the side of the nest but have never seen a bird in the nest. I'm curious what would build this nest, if it is a hawk, which one? Thanks!

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Or Cooper's Hawk. I haven't seen the nest but those Hawk's have made a huge comeback in the recent decade.

On Twin Lake in Brooklyn Center (upper twin) there's an island and it has a nesting pair of bald eagles that moved in within the past decade to.

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