A close call for a pair of bald eagles nesting in Hays, after a raccoon attacked their nest.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has set up a live webcam to watch a local bald eagle nest.
There are now two more bald eagles soaring high over the skies of Western Pennsylvania, as two rehabilitated birds have been released in Venango County.
The eagles are back in Pennsylvania — from just three nesting pairs 30 years ago to 250 today and with more than 300 pair projected in the next two years.
Pennsylvania game officials say an investigation shows a second bald eagle’s death in the past month was caused by a bullet wound.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is trying to determine who fatally shot a bald eagle in western Pennsylvania earlier this month.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Until recently, the bald eagle was on the endangered species list. Now, America’s symbol is making a comeback. One eagle at the National Aviary is also doing well. A bald eagle, who’s […]