For the first time in decades, an active bald eagle nest has been spotted in Kenosha County. State D-N-R conservation biologist Sharon Fandel says she used a spotting scope to find one nesting bald eagle on the edge of a farm field. A tip from a landowner led her to a second eagle that was in a large tree, incubating in a nest. For 45 years, the D-N-R has conducted aerial surveys each year of nesting activity. With the new Kenosha discovery, only Milwaukee and Walworth counties have not had nesting activity. The aerial surveys were taken before the Kenosha County nest was discovered in late March. The complete results are due out later.