REDDING, Calif. - The Friends of the Redding Eagles group is excited to announce that "Liberty" has found a new mate.
Eagles mate for life and her last mate, Spirit, disappeared about six weeks ago.
The group that watches out for the birds says a new man has appeared in Liberty's life and they're looking for suggestions on what his name should be. He's estimated to be about 5-years-old, while Liberty is believed to be 20.
It's been a hard year for Liberty, losing Spirit, and before that she lost her nest and the eggs in it when it blew down in a snowstorm at the Riverview Golf and Country Club on Feb. 12, 2019.
Friends of the Redding Eagles says Liberty and her new mate have returned to her former nest at Turtle Bay. Now, they're hoping she lays a new clutch of eggs. You can see the new couple in the video below.
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