A new bald eagle nest has been seen near Aliquippa, Beaver County, according to Post-Gazette reader Steve Cline. In his cellphone photo above, the nest is at the top left side of an electrical tower near the Ohio River.
Cline said the nest has been observed for months. Today, for the first time, two eagles were seen on the nest.
It would be the fourth active bald eagle nest site known to exist in Southwest Pennsylvania. The others are at Hays (where a live camera covers the birds 24/7), Harmar and Crescent.
The Beaver County site has not been confirmed by the state Game Commission.