Attention all Hall County bird watchers and avian fanatics. It’s your time to hop out of the nest and soar. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division is encouraging the public to report bald eagle nests to help monitor the species’ population in the state.On Wednesday, June 3, the agency reported that Georgia’s bald eagle nesting numbers remained strong.
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