This is one of the greatest reports on the July 4th weekend.
Pennsylvania Game Commission reports that there are “too many bald eagle nests for the agency to count on its own and it needs the public’s help.”
The commission used to release the numbers annualy on the Fourth of July back when the birds were rare and threatened.
Bald Eagles have officially made a comeback! From three nesting pairs in 1983 to now more than 300 nesting pairs around the state of Pennsylvania.
If you see a nest you can help by reporting it. You can go online and report it HERE