Bald Eagle Spotted In Upper West Side ParkFor the first time in years, Manhattan is hosting the national bird.
State Troopers Rescue Injured Bald Eagle In Central New YorkPolice said Trooper Brandon Salyerds and his K-9 Theo were patrolling the Hanson Aggregate Gravel Pit in Horseheads when they spotted the eagle.
Injured Bald Eagle Rescued After Being Hit By CarThe troopers found the eagle and determined it had been hit by a vehicle and had a broken wing. 
Rewards Offered In Search For Stolen Bald Eagle With 1 WingThe 35-year-old bald eagle, nicknamed Sammy, was taken from the Quogue Wildlife Refuge earlier this week.
Bald Eagles Nesting In Hopatcong Could Delay Condo Development Until The SummerMore than 300 bald eagles call New Jersey home, some of the newest birds live in Hopatcong where construction is happening awfully close to the nest.
Injured Bald Eagle Rescued From Tree In New Jersey BackyardThe eagle was taken to an area clinic where it will be treated for its wounds.
Bald Eagles Take Up Residence, Lay Eggs In The City For First Time In Over A CenturyOur national bird has decided to put its roots down in the city for the first time in at least a century.
Reward Increases For Information Regarding Bridgeton Bald Eagle DeathThis 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.
Heads Up: Bald Eagles Spotted In LI State ParkThe 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.
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 Population Soars To New High In NJThe 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.