With More Than 1500 Nests Reported In 2020, The Bald Eagle Is Officially Making A Comeback In Florida

Here’s a little bit of good news for you, Floridians—bald eagles are making a comeback. That’s right. Even during these most uncertain times, Mother Nature still manages to continue on as necessary. Recent data from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Audubon Florida have estimated that even after recent hurricanes destroyed many nests in the past few years, bald eagles in Florida still went on to rebuild and restructure their nests. Take a look…

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Want to check in with a few bald eagles virtually? Thanks to these live eagle cams, you can see directly into bald eagle nest, and it’s as fascinating as you’d imagine. Click here for the Northeastern Florida live eagle cam, or click here for the Southwest Florida eagle cam.

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