New York state wildlife experts tracking bald eagles

June 08, 2017 06:24 AM

SCHOHARIE COUNTY -- New York state wildlife experts are tracking some baby bald eagles.

They banded a chick at a new nest in Schoharie County. The DEC says due to increased efforts, the bald eagle is once again thriving in New York, with over 400 nesting pairs around the state.

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