Bald Eagle

For the first time in over 100 years bald eagles have made themselves at home in New York City. (Credit: Larry Pugliares).

Bald Eagles Take Up Residence, Lay Eggs In The City For First Time In Over A Century

Our national bird has decided to put its roots down in the city for the first time in at least a century.


Bald eagle (file/credit: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Reward Increases For Information Regarding Bridgeton Bald Eagle Death

This reward adds to the $2,500 reward already being offered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife.


Bald eagle (file/credit: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Heads Up: Bald Eagles Spotted In LI State Park

The birds have been spotted in Hempstead Lake State Park for the past two months. They’re two adults and a younger bird believed to be their offspring.


Mitch Kramer talks about his rescue of a baby bald eagle on the Long Island Sound. (credit: CBS 2)

L.I. Couple Helps Rescue Stranded And Struggling Baby Bald Eagle

Mitch Kramer, of Oyster Bay, and his dog Jessie responded in their towboat to a stranded sailor when they saw something struggling in the distance — it ended up being a 1-year-old bald eagle that was sick.


Bald Eagle  (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Bald Eagle Population Soars To New High In NJ

The bald eagle population now stands at 333 birds and 82 eagle pairs actively laying eggs last year, according to an annual report released by the state earlier this month.


The bank of the Hudson River - Montrose, NY - Jan 20, 2011 - Photo: Catherine Cioffi / WCBS 880

Eagles Soar Over Westchester County

On the banks of the Hudson River in Montrose, eagles are flying around George’s Island.


Red Knot - File / Photo: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

NJ Looks To Add Species To Endangered List

New Jersey environmental officials want to add five species to the state’s endangered list and reclassify the bald eagle and seven other types of birds.