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10 bald eagles spotted during January count


Last updated 1/28/2018 at Noon

SAN BERNARDINO – More than 140 people participated in the winter bald eagle count in and around San Bernardino National Forest, Saturday, Jan. 13, observing 10 bald eagles. The seasonal count, which takes place during the winter months, is now in its 39th year and is organized by the U.S. Forest Service with California State Parks.

The eagle count locations reported the following:

In Big Bear Lake, five eagles, two adults and three subadults, were seen by 80 eager citizen scientists. This count included the pair that made news recently for laying two eggs at their nest on Forest Service...

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