PSEG Long Island came to the rescue to move the wires and keep the bald eagles safe.
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According to Elizabeth Flagler, media representative for PSEG Long Island, the eagles were spotted on March 18 in the nest, which sits atop a 100-foot pole on Jessup Lane.
"We have a team of employees dedicated to monitoring the activity of osprey, and now eagles, on our equipment," she said. "They jumped into action when they noticed the nest was built around the wires carrying 13,000 volts."
Crews safely diverted the wires two feet below the nest to give ample clearance to protect the nest and the birds, she said.
"We work hard all year to identify nests on the equipment and remediate where necessary," Flagler said. "We have relocated two dozen nests to safer platforms to protect the birds and the electric system."