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Wildlife Resources Agency has announced the agency is looking for bald
eagle nests across Tennessee in 2012.
TWRA, in partner with other government agencies and private citizens, have
been monitoring bald eagle nests across the state for many years; however
there are gaps in monitoring as birds have moved nests and many new nests
are appearing annually.
Scott Somershoe says it is the aim to conduct a complete inventory of
eagle nests in the state in 2012. The goal of the project is to document
all active nesting locations in the state as part of a comprehensive nest
monitoring program to estimate population size and growth for the U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service.
New eagle nests are showing up across the state, including one within the
city limits of Franklin, and there are many other nests that may have been
around for years that are not included in the statewide database. If you
have any questions or know of any bald eagle nests, please contact
Somershoe at (615) 781-6653 or
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