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Bald Eagle 2020 Breeding Season

by Chris Martin

There were 76 active pairs of Bald Eagles in New Hampshire in 2020! That’s an amazing number for a species that had once disappeared from the state. Last summer included the rescue of seven sick/injured juvenile Bald Eagles. Read the full report here.

Photo: Bill Dean (left) and Bob Harcke (right) release rehabilitated juvenile eagle “Black C/H” near its nest in Hinsdale on 9/3/20, by Chris Martin.

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