US Forest Ends 40-Year Count Of Bald Eagles In San Bernardino National ForestBald eagles, which are the national bird of the United States of America and appears on its seal, had been delisted under the Endangered Species Act in 2007, but San Bernardino National Forest officials continued counting them with help from citizen watchers.
2 Bald Eaglets Born On Channel Islands; Third On The WayThere are an estimated 50 to 60 bald eagles who live on the islands, after their population disappeared in the 1960s.
WATCH: Second Baby Bald Eagle Hatches Live On YouTube Just Days After SiblingAfter much anticipation, viewers from around the world watched on in awe as the second of two bald eagle eggs laid last month in Southern California hatched via an online live feed.
WATCH: Bald Eagle Eggs To Hatch Soon Near Big Bear LakeThe two eggs are expected to hatch between Wednesday and Sunday.
11 Bald Eagles Spotted At Inland Empire LakesEleven bald eagles were spotted during an organized count at sites across Riverside and San Bernardino counties over the weekend.
4 Bald Eagles Counted At San Bernardino County LakesFour bald eagles were spotted during an organized count at sites across San Bernardino County last weekend.
Inland Empire Bald Eagle Head CountEight bald eagles were spotted around lakes in the Inland Empire as part of a monthly count, U.S. Forest Service rangers said Saturday.