Georgia’s bald eagles are welcoming a healthy batch of squawking little eaglets into the world, encouraging news for wildlife lovers after an outbreak of avian influenza hammered the iconic birds along the state’s coast last spring.
The assessment for 2022 was a slight decline from the previous year's “A-.”
H5N1 has the potential to roll back decades-long conservation efforts for the once-threatened species.
According to Georgia’s first statewide survey of bald eagle nests in five years, America's national bird is nesting in the Peach State in record numbers.
The number of bald eagles in the lower 48 states has quadrupled since 2009, according to a new survey. The findings are a bright spot in an otherwise troubling picture for American birds.
Chatham County leads the state for the number of bald eagle nests, wildlife officials say. This year's count of 27 nests tops the county’s previous lead...