A belated Happy Valentine’s Day

This column is being written on Valentine’s Day and yes, it concerns Valentine’s Day (sort of) but you probably won’t be reading it until at least a week after Valentine’s Day.

And yes, it is a column about two “love birds” but they are not human love birds; these love-birds, as it turns out, are two golden eagles.

Bill Hoagland

Golden eagles, if you didn’t know it, mate for life. 

Several years ago, I wrote a column about Athena and Harper, a “mated” pair of golden eagles who had been fitted with tracking devices while spending the winter at the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Center, located near Fort Knox, Kentucky.

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