Bald Eagles break nest record in 2014

February 13, 2015 Joel Jorgensen

Breaking records is something we have become accustomed since Bald Eagles started nesting in the state after a long absence.  Last year was no exception, as the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and our partners surveyed 146 Bald Eagle nests in 2014 and determined 111 of them to be active.  Even though a record numbers ...

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