Why winter is the best time of year to spot bald eagles in Wisconsin
When it’s below freezing, bald eagles must find areas with open water.

Last year, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources counted 1,684 active bald eagle nests across the state. That’s up from just 108 in the 1970s. In 2019, the birds nested in every Wisconsin county except Milwaukee. In winter, however, they congregate near areas of open water where they can catch fish...
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Ken Notes: Watching one out my window right now...



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