American Bald Eagle Nest in Wall TWSP location
The nest is across the street from the Marconi Hotel, located on Marconi Road near route 18, there are two nests in the area the active one is its at an old army barracks on marconi wall at the back of the Shark River just make sure you stay in your cars or you will startle the eagles there is plenty of parking there and some of the bird people watching folks go there everyday
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this is pretty accurate and there are usally people there all day long so just look around you will find http://www.campevans.org/_CE/html/visit.
One last tip: stay in your car. Eagles are very sensitive to human presence and will promptly fly away if someone gets closer than about 250 yards. Cars, on the other hand, don’t seem to bother them. Your car will act as a blind, concealing you from the eagles’ view and allowing you to watch them much more freely than if you were in the open.
All known nest sites are monitored January through July. Volunteer observers watch most nests from a distance of 1,000 feet, using binoculars and spotting scopes, for periods of two or more hours each week. Observers record all data including number of birds, courtship or nesting behaviors, incubation, feeding, and other parental care behaviors that provide essential information on nesting status. ENSP staff contact volunteers weekly with an update and are available to discuss observer questions and data. Dates are recorded for incubation, hatching, banding, fledging, and, if applicable, nest failure. A nesting territory is considered “occupied” if a pair of eagles is observed in association with the nest and there is some evidence of recent nest maintenance. Nests are considered “active” if a bird is observed in an incubating position or if eggs or young are detected in the nest. .