Tag Archives: Bald Eagle

Latching onto something fishy
Featured
June 28, 2018

Latching onto something fishy

By Paul Holmes

A bald eagle was out looking for breakfast on Kent Pond in Killington the morning of June 13. With an eagle-eye, patience and a stroke of luck, this early bird of prey caught a fishy feast in one…

State sees resurgence of birds once endangered
Local News
December 14, 2016

State sees resurgence of birds once endangered

By Gaen Murphree

If you heard a loon’s wild cry, were lucky enough to spot a bald eagle nest or watched a peregrine falcon on the wing this past summer, you shared in the continued resurgence of three of the state’s most charismatic winged species….

The Outside Story: Return of the bald eagle
The Outside Story
June 16, 2016

The Outside Story: Return of the bald eagle

By Michael J. Caduto To the delight of all who revel in the grace and beauty of nature, bald eagles are soaring above New England in numbers unseen for over a century. We’ve come a long way since the days when poor farming and logging…

Former endangered bird species continue path of recovery
State News
September 25, 2014

Former endangered bird species continue path of recovery

A bald eagle sits on a nest near Barnet along the Connecticut River. Bald eagles, once endangered, are now on the rise.

During the 2014 nesting season,Vermont’s loon population had a record success, producing 65 fledglings (chicks that survived to leave the nest) on lakes…