Reference to the Golden Eagle has brought additional interest to The Jhon Collector Mysteries. Mention of personal experience has resulted in, conservatively, a deluge of communications from people wanting to know more.
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A Golden Eagle nest is often constructed of large twigs or roots, and may be lined with moss, bark, fur, and other soft material. Over time the nest become quite large, as much as eight to ten feet across and three to four feet deep or more.