NDGF asking for public's help in finding bald eagle nests

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(Bismarck, ND) --  North Dakota Game and Fish needs your help locating active bald eagle nests.  

Wildlife experts say bald eagles lay eggs in early to mid-March, which hatch about a month later.  

The nests are easy to spot because of their large size, and if you see one, don't disturb it and keep a safe distance away.  

You can report eagle nests online at gf-dot-nd-dot-gov