Jersey Proud: State’s bald eagle population swells thanks to conservation efforts

New Jersey’s bald eagle population has swelled thanks to aggressive conservation efforts over the last 40 years. The state has gone from one pair of nesting eagles in 1980 to over 200.

News 12 Staff

Mar 5, 2021, 2:02 PM

Updated 1,199 days ago

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New Jersey’s bald eagle population has swelled thanks to aggressive conservation efforts over the last 40 years. The state has gone from one pair of nesting eagles in 1980 to over 200.
Some of the eagles can be viewed on Duke Farm’s Eagle Cam.


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