A DC-based pair of bald eagles, aptly named Mr. President and First Lady, recently gave birth to two adorable chicks, offering our nation’s capitol a brief respite from the relentless chatter of bird-brained politicians. A live camera feed has allowed birdwatchers to spy on the itty white fluffballs ever since—but…
In February, the bodies of 13 bald eagles were found in a Maryland field. Now, US Fish & Wildlife Services have announced that the deaths were “human caused” and are issuing a $25,000 reward for information that leads to the conviction of those responsible.
The Audubon Society has reported that the oldest tagged Bald Eagle in America has died at the age of 38. The bird has overseen the dramatic recovery for his species in the United States, and is a testament to some of the successes of the environmental movements of the 1970s.
Bald Eagles have returned to nest in New York City! NYC Audubon announced on Friday that the city’s first active Bald Eagle pair in 100 years has taken up residence on Staten Island, an encouraging sign for a species that was once nearly extinct. Fun fact: “Local birders have named the male Vito.”
Live Video streaming by Ustream Few birds are as fierce and beautiful as the bald eagle, a predator who is both a mascot of the United States and (tragically) one of the victims of this country's expansion into the birds' traditional habitats. Still, many bald eagles survive — sometimes by adapting to human…
It's crunch time, folks. The time when you set aside everything else in your life that needs doing and spend every waking hour glued to your monitor, hoping — nay, praying — that you'll get a chance to witness the hatching of a brand new baby bald eagle, live on camera.
Have you ever wanted to spy on a bald eagle, watch one hatch, or watch one learn to fly? Then it's time to put everything going on in your life on hold... at least for the next few months. The Decorah Bald Eagle Cam — aka the most powerful time-devouring procrastination tool on the entire internet — is back.