The Record: Soil cleanup could cost eagles a home
One of Bergen County's bald eagles landing in its nest overlooking the New Jersey Turnpike in Ridgefield Park.
Photo by Michael Karas
But the return of Al and Alice — as this duo are called — may not be smooth. Their neighborhood is being renovated.
Al and Alice are bald eagles, with 7-foot wingspans, distinctive white-feathered heads and an apparent affection for one of the noisiest spots in North Jersey — a tree in Ridgefield Park only a few hundred yards from the intersection of the New Jersey Turnpike and Route 46.