New Jersey wildlife officials have released a bald eagle who was nursed back to health after being injured in a territorial fight.
Thirty years ago, the combined effects of persecution, pollution and pesticides had decimated the bald eagle population.
The bald eagles at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge in Philadelphia are spending a lot of time on the nest — waiting for new life to emerge.
A City Council committee has approved a bill that closes off a portion of Pennypack Park in the far Northeast.
A Pennsylvania wildlife conversationist has identified a new danger to predatory birds in this region, especially to the rising population of bald eagles. It could be as serious as the DDT pesticide threat years ago.