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Bald Eagle nests reach another record high in 2017

Posted on Jan 26, 2018 by Ryan Brady   No Comments Yet

The number of occupied Bald Eagle nests statewide increased by 86 nests to a record 1,590 in 2017, including the first nest in Kenosha County in over a century. Meanwhile, no increase in nests across habitat-rich Oneida County may signal that suitable nesting habitat in some northern Wisconsin counties is now all taken. Read More >>

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