bald-eagleNew Hampshire wildlife experts say the state’s bald eagle population has almost fully recovered from the lows of the 1970s, according to an article in the Concord Monitor.

Volunteers with New Hampshire Audubon counted 67 eagles in one day during a January count, the highest one-day total in the event’s 30-year history. Between January 1 and January 15, volunteers counted 83 birds, one shy of the state record for the annual two-week watch.

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