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DNR Weekly News Update for January 7, 2020

Weekly News Update

January 7, 2020

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Bald Eagle Watching Events Take Off In January

MADISON, Wis. -- Bald eagle lovers can watch eagles perching or soaring above the Wisconsin River, see rehabilitated eagles be released into the wild and view eagles up close indoors during live raptor shows at the 34th annual Bald Eagle Watching Days Jan. 17-18 in Sauk Prairie.



Watch the live release of rehabilitated bald eagles at the Jan. 18 Bald Eagle Watching Days in Prairie du Sac. - Photo credit: Matt Ahrens


 

Bald Eagle Numbers Soar 27 Percent in Southeastern Wisconsin

MADISON, Wis. - Bald eagle numbers soared 27 percent in southeastern Wisconsin in 2019, and populations grew in nearly all parts of the state, as citizen reports helped steer DNR planes, pilots and conservation biologists to more nests to check and volunteer monitors added to the tally.



New bald eagle nests were reported by citizens in 2019 - Photo credit: Rich Staffen


 

‘Eagle Eyes' Find Previously Unknown Nest Locations

MADISON, Wis. - With bald eagles soon nesting across Wisconsin, state conservation biologists are hoping citizens can once again provide "eagle eyes" for new nests not known to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.



Citizen scientists and landowners can help DNR track bald eagle nesting trends by reporting nest sites. - Photo credit: DNR


 

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