Bald Eagles on the South Shore
Jason Zimmer, Southeast Manager
Mass Division of Fish and Wildlife
Bald Eagles are majestic birds of prey that hunt over water and were once listed as an endangered species. Between 1905 and 1982 there were no breeding pairs living in Massachusetts but a successful introduction back to the Quabbin Reservoir has led to an increase in the population with sightings now happening on the South Shore. Join us to find out more about the largest of our North American raptors!