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Bald eagle population continues to grow in Nebraska
by Nick Stevenson
WJAG News (Norfolk, NE) Translate This Article
6 February 2018
On 6 February 2018 WJAG News (Norfolk, NE) reported:
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission estimated a record 209 active bald eagle nests in Nebraska in 2017. 'Back when it was an endangered species, the recovery goal set by the federal government for Nebraska was 10 breeding pairs. That was set in the 1980's when there were no breeding bald eagles in the state. Thirty-Five or so years later we've exceeded that number by 20 times,' said Joel Jorgensen, Nongame Bird Program Manager.
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