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Wednesday 10/02/2019 Record hatching for New Hampshire Bald eagles in 2019. (VIDEO)

New Hampshire's Bald eagle population experienced a record hatch of with 81 young fledged. There was a total of 72 territorial pairs in 2019 up 11 percent from 2018. A total of 58 pairs were incubating eggs in 2019 up 14 percent from 2018 with 44 successful nests 13 percent more than in 2018.


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