Tag: Bald Eagles

Two Baby Bald Eagles At National Arboretum Get Patriotic Names

The two baby bald eagles being watched by millions of people since they hatched have been named 'Freedom' and 'Liberty'. The voting was made through a social media campaign garnering about 36,000 votes from the public.

Animals April 27, 2016

Live Video Captures Hatching Of Second Bald Eagle At National Arboretum In Washington

DC3, the second healthy eaglet of bald eagles Mr. President and The First Lady, came to life early Sunday morning at the National Arboretum. The live Eagle Nest Cam gave millions a chance to see the spectacle.

Animals March 21, 2016

Bald Eagles Found Dead In Maryland Did Not Die Of Natural Causes: Wildlife Officials

In February, 13 dead bald eagles were found in Maryland. Laboratory tests showed that these birds did not die of natural causes.

Earth/Environment March 11, 2016

Federal Officials Investigate Deaths Of 13 Bald Eagles Found On Maryland Farm

Wildlife officials in Maryland are investigating the mysterious death of 13 bald eagles that were discovered near a farm on the state's Eastern Shore on Saturday afternoon. The incident is considered to be the largest single die-off of bald eagles in the state in 30 years.

Earth/Environment February 23, 2016

Live Cameras To Capture Hatching Of Bald Eagle Eggs Next Month

HD cameras today offer Internet users a unique eagle nest viewing experience. The stars of the show: "Mr. President" and "The First Lady," a pair of bald eagles whose eggs will hatch in mid-March before the world's curious eyes.

Earth/Environment February 17, 2016

Once-Endangered Bald Eagle Soars With Increasing Number

The population of bald eagles in New Jersey continues to soar. A new report revealed that the once-endangered species are now growing in number.

Animals January 17, 2016

Bald Eagle Pair In Pittsburgh Abandon Nest After Losing Another Egg

The second out of the two eggs of a pair of bald eagles in Pittsburgh broke, which means that the pair will have no eaglets this year.

Earth/Environment March 30, 2015

American Bald Eagle No Longer Faces Extinction Danger

Bald eagles are no longer in danger of extinction, but what dangers are the animals still facing?

Earth/Environment February 16, 2015

Eagles Spotted in California Lakes: Volunteers Needed for Eagle Count

It’s natural for bald eagles to fly south during winter but a count is necessary because the bird’s population is being closely watched. U.S. Forest Service calls on volunteers for assistance.

January 12, 2015

Bald eagle pair spotted off California in Channel Islands after 50 years

Bald eagles continue their comeback from the edge of extinction, as additional pairs nest in the Channel Islands.

Animals July 20, 2014

Conservationists rejoice: Bald eagles make a comeback on California’s Channel Islands

Nesting pair of bald eagles spotted on island off California is an encouraging sign, conservationists say. Sighting confirms the birds are returning to their historic range.

Animals July 18, 2014

Wildlife webcams expose ugly side of nature: Viewers shocked by death of abandoned eaglet

The death of an eagle chick on a wildlife webcam upset some viewers. Here is why conservationists won't rescue its sibling.

Animals June 27, 2014

Second bald eagle egg hatches in Pittsburgh, locals wait for one more

Pittsburgh welcomes the second bald eagle hatchling in an eagle nest in Hays. One more egg remains.

Earth/Environment March 31, 2014

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