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Golden Eagle Conservation in Nevada

Posted by on Jun 17, 2016

Golden Eagle Conservation in Nevada

This week on Nevada Wild, Teresa and Edwin discuss the efforts to conserve the Golden Eagle in the Silver State with NDOW Diversity Biologist Joe Barnes in honor of the 100th Anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act.

The golden is eagle as a fascinating beautiful, raptor. Larger even that the bald eagle, some reach 13 pounds and can have a wing span of seven feet.

The Nevada Department of Wildlife, through our Nevada Wild stories series, takes you inside the lives of golden eagles where you might be surprised to learn the bird is shy and quiet, but an exceptional hunter.

For more: Read – The Real Golden Treasure of Nevada

Golden Eagles in Nevada Photo Gallery

Podcast: Golden Eagle Conservation in the Silver State

1 Comment

  1. Spotted a golden eagle at 39.530183,-119.695676 at 12p today 1/12/17
    Beautiful bird didn’t even know they where in area

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