Counting bald eagles

Citizen scientists needed to count bald eagles Photo source: adult bald eagles were counted at Lake Hemet on Dec. 10. ■ By Staff Reports / The Valley Chronicle The first bald eagle count of the winter was conducted Dec. 10 by local federal and state biologists and citizen scientists around several lakes in southern California. Several dozen bald eagles typically spend their winter vacations around southern California’s lakes, adding to a few resident nesting bald eagles that stay year-round. A total of eleven bald eagles (7 adults and 4 subadults/juveniles) were observed by 101 eagle-eyed observers during the 1-hour count period Saturday morning. Bald eagles acquire the full white head

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