Fact Sheet
Bald Eagle

What Defenders Is Doing to Help Bald Eagles

Now that the bald eagle is no longer on the Endangered Species list, we must ensure it is adequately protected against reckless development and other threats that can disturb eagles and affect their survival. Defenders is currently analyzing the Fish and Wildlife Services management guidelines, the permit proposal and post-delisting monitoring plan to determine if they will adequately protect bald eagles.

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