Justice, the male bald eagle, keeps an eye on nest and the female bald eagle. The pair of bald eagles at the Rowan Wildlife Adventures at Dan Nicholas Park have surprised staff by becoming a nesting pair. Several months back the staff noticed behavior with the eagles that indicated that they were wanting to build a nest. Staff obliged by putting sticks into the habitat. Some the birds began to build a nest and one week ago the female placed two eggs into the nest. The female bald eagle named Liberty and the male eagle named Justice take turns sitting on the nest as a normal pair would. There is no way for the staff to know if the eggs have been fertilised and will hatch. However they know that 35 days is the incubation period and the hopes are guarded that the eggs will hatch sometime after valentines. Photo by Jon C. Lakey, Salisbury Post.