No, they are quite rare.
There is, however, a population of Golden Eagles within the park that is thriving. Although they are not commonly seen in Yosemite valley, they are still around. They can be identified by their golden crown of feathers.
Like others said, there are few bald eagles in Yosemite. However, they can be seen, and most sightings occur in Yosemite Valley, El Portal, and Foresta. When bald eagle nests are sighted, it is taken very seriously by authorities and the area of nesting may be completely shut down, as occurred in 2005 when a nest was seen just outside the park.
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