Bald Eagle State of New York
• Bald Eagle State of New York
In the twentieth century, bald eagles, which are found only in North America, were on the verge of extinction due to hunting, habitat loss due to human activity and insecticide DDT poisoning. In 1976, in New York there was only one pair of bald eagles, reproduce offspring. Thanks to the efforts of environmentalists, the birds were removed from the list of species threatened with extinction in 2007.
Bald Eagle in Kingston Park Point on the shores of the Hudson River in Kingston, NY.
Over Hudson River
Bald eagle catches a fish in the Hudson River near Barritauna, NY.
hovering over Hudson River
On the frozen river
Bald eagle on a tree near the Ulster County, New York.
Bald eagle hunts in Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson, NY.
Bald eagle off from the socket on spruce