Alaska has the highest bald eagle population. It is estimated that 30,000 eagles live in this state. Due to the large amount of glacier silt in many rivers and subsequently low fish populations, bald eagles mainly live along the coast. There they find a high fish concentration, especially during the salmon runs in late summer.
In addition, they are found in the highest numbers in Alaska because a large proportion of bald eagles mate and nest on the islands of Southeast Alaska in the spring and summer.
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