Close to 200 bald eagles have made D-T-E Energy's Monroe power plant home for the winter. Utility spokesperson Randy Barret says the property makes for a great nesting area, with shelter from the elements, seclusion and plenty of fishing. Barret says up to 180 bald eagles have been counted at the plant on Lake Erie, which has a warm-water discharge that prevents ice from forming and gives the eagles a prime spot for catching fish.
Bald Eagles call Monroe Power Plant Home
By Bob Eccles • Feb 19, 2014