Audubon Center for Birds of Prey sees double the usual number of juvenile Bald Eagles for this time of year.
April is Citizen Science Month, a time to celebrate the amazing contributions and discoveries that passionate volunteers have made to science.
Amanda Hull and her mentor monitor a Bald Eagle nest for EagleWatch.
The Center for Birds of Prey takes in more than 200 raptor chicks every season.
The eaglet has been safely placed in a foster nest.
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“The sharp gaze of raptors keeps me honest in my life and in my art.”
The Audubon Center for Birds of Prey admitted 784 birds to the Raptor Clinic in 2020, rehabilitating and releasing 254 back into the wild.
This season, 480 community volunteers donated 7,530 volunteer hours for nest monitoring, data reporting, and in some instances, the rescue and transport of Bald Eagles in need of medical attention.
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