Help conserve Texas eagle populations with this citizen science project
January is bald eagle nesting time in Texas, with typically one to three baby eaglets in each nest. A new project with Texas Nature Trackers is helping scientists examine and collect information on the status of bald eagle and golden eagle nesting sites across Texas.
Texas Nature Trackers, a contingent of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, is a citizen monitoring effort that connects nature lovers of all ages. The organization calls on those who are able to observe a given nest during the breeding season to submit weekly photo updates to the project on the iNaturalist app.