Bald eagles are no longer endangered in Vermont, experts say, after 30 years of recovery – Burlington Free Press

A momentous occasion!

"Wildlife experts in Vermont are celebrating something big this month: Bald eagles, on the state's endangered species list for 30 years, have bounded back, they say. A recommendation to "de-list," announced this week by Audubon Vermont and the Department of Fish and Wildlife, states that the raptor is no longer threatened, and its populations have stabilized. If the new status for bald eagles is confirmed by the Legislature, recovery efforts would end — but the bird's nesting sites would continue to be monitored and protected, according to a statement released from Audubon on Monday."




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  • David Flemming
    published this page in The News 2020-12-09 15:54:56 -0500