The commission says Wednesday that its Bureau of Wildlife Management is recommending the birds be upgraded to “protected” status because their numbers, and the number of places they can be found in the state, have been steadily increasing.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is trying to determine who fatally shot a bald eagle in Pennsylvania earlier this month.
There are more than 100 nests scattered across the Garden State.
If you’ve never seen a Bald Eagle in the wild, there’s an easy fix for that. You can see Bald Eagles — lots of them — a little more than an hour’s drive from Center City.