It looks like humans aren’t the only ones self-isolating. Of course, most animals are solitary beings, especially when tending to their young. But a cactus perch is the perfect natural defense.
For the first time in decades, an official with the Arizona Department of Game and Fish photographed an American bald eagle nesting on a saguaro cactus in central Arizona. For years, bird nests have been seen and photographed atop a saguaro cactus. But this is the first time since 1937 that such a sighting had been recorded.