Home again: First Indiana bald eagle nest in more than a century

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Birds building home at Potato Creek State Park

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Eagles building their nest near a wetland at Potato Creek State Park. Park naturalist Tim Cordell said the eagles are building their nest on top of an old osprey nest in a dead tree. (South Bend Tribune Photo/ROBERT FRANKLIN / March 14, 2012)

Perched high in the air on a former osprey nest, the symbol of patriotism didn’t make a sound, even as its message seemed to echo across the wetlands of Potato Creek State Park: Look who’s back.

Back, as in the first (possibly, hopefully) breeding pair of bald eagles in St. Joseph County in at least a century. 

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