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Bald Eagle Recovery

 

  • American Eagle Heroes - We give special thanks to all those caring people, corporations, organizations and agencies whose contributions and hard work helped bring the Bald Eagle back from the brink of extinction. More...
  • Bald Eagle Recovery and Protection Status - Strong endangered species and environmental protection laws, as well as active private, state and federal restoration efforts, have brought back the U.S.A.'s Bald Eagle population from the edge of extinction. There are almost 10,000 nesting eagle pairs in the lower 48 states. Over 40,000 individual Bald Eagles reside in Alaska. More...
  • Bald Eagle Delisted - The bald eagle was delisted from its Threatened status on June 28, 2007 in the lower 48 states. Its primary legal protection was transferred from the ESA to the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act (BGEPA). More...
  • U.S. Bald Eagle Recovery Maps - Maps prepared by the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service provide excellent visual data showing how Bald Eagle numbers have responded since DDT was banned and the Endangered Species Act was passed. More...

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