Las famosas águilas calvas del Centro Espacial Kennedy tienen un nuevo nido

Kennedy Space Center isn’t just a space mecca. Since it shares a boundary with the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, it’s also an animal haven and a destination for nature lovers. So when a well-known pair of American bald eagles moved nests, people took notice.

NASA said the eagles have nestled into a new home in a tree along Kennedy Parkway, not far from the old nest and the Vehicle Assembly Building. The nest also is closer to the road, which means more people will be able to see the birds in their habitat.

The original nest has been used by a

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