In the early 1700s, the bald eagle population was estimated between 300,000–500,000, but by the 1950s, there was only about 800 in the continental states of the US. Recovery was slow, but in the early 1980s, there was an estimated population of 100,000, and by 1992 between 110,000 and 115,000; and today, the population continues to see successful growth in numbers. Although still protected, the bald eagle is no longer considered to be an endangered species
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