A pair of Bald Eagles started seriously building a nest on my property last April (2014) after their original nest on a neighboring property blew down in a wind storm. It was late in the nesting season last year, so they did not lay any eggs at that time. They don't spend much time near the nest between nesting seasons, but they returned to work on the nest in November. I rarely see the male and female together except at twilight when they roost near the nest. They spend time together working on the nest, but I don't have a good view of them up there. Here is one of the best photos I have, when one of them perched on a tree overlooking my living room window. This is a bad photo of the nest; I don't know what setting I had the camera on. Anyway you get some idea what the nest looks like. It is at the top of the pine tree to the left. See the darker spot at the top? That's about 50 feet up and it over looks a river. It Probably has a four foot diameter. I can only see the eagles land and take off from the nest. The Eagles use big branches to build the nest. I bet the Eagle is testing to see if he or she can pull this branch off for the nest. The pair usually roost near the nest in a deciduous tree. I can see them fly up to their roost in the distance from the front window of my house. Oddly every now and then I noticed a third eagle roosting with the pair. It is fairly dark out so I can't really tell if it has the dark head of a juvenile bald eagle. I decided go outside after they roosted once to take a photo. My husband got a camera that has a night vision setting, but it still just looks like a silhouette. The last time I saw the third eagle roosting with the pair was as recently as February 12. I will try to keep updating this thread as nesting season progresses.