How many bald eagles have we been able to reintroduce to the wild?



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    Exact numbers aren’t given, but through reintroduction programs throughout the U.S., we were able to increase the Bald Eagle population from 450 nesting pairs to the current estimate of approximately 9,500 pairs. The most successful reintroduction programs were in Patuxent Wildlife Research Center near Laurel, Maryland; the Chesapeake Bay area, and New York and Alaska.

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