BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - State wildlife officials are seeking the public’s help in locating bald eagle nests in North Dakota.
State Game and Fish Department officials say they are looking for the locations of eagle’s nests, not individual eagle sightings. Officials say eagles are actively incubating eggs in March and April.
Sandra Johnson is a conservation biologist with the department. She says the nests are easy to distinguish because of their large size.
Johnson estimates that there are about 120 active bald eagle nests in North Dakota, possibly more.
Observations can be reported by phone at 701-328-6382 or by email at email@example.com.
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