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Bowl shaped nests occur where the tree trunk branches off into smaller upright branches. Bald eagles build their nests in large trees near rivers or coasts. If the nest tree falls or a strong wind blows a nest down, the established pair usually rebuilds at or near the site within a few weeks if it is near the breeding season.
A nesting pair will also build a new nest if they feel threatened.
Essentially, it's not totally uncommon for eagles to build more than one nest within their nesting territory.
People wanting to observe or photograph the eagles can disturb them enough to cause them to abandon a nest.
Use binoculars and spotting scopes for viewing, and keep at a reasonable distance.
During incubation, the male bald eagle regularly brings green sprigs of conifer branches to the nest.