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How You Can Help the Southern Bald Eagle

The following list contains things that you can do to promote the recovery of the bald eagle.

  • Drive slowly, especially on rural roads, and watch out for wildlife crossing the road or feeding on road kills.
  • If you find an injured or dead eagle, contact
    • the Audubon of Florida Center for Birds of Prey at 1-407-644-0190
    • the nearest Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission office, or
    • Wildlife Alert at 1-888-404-3922.
  • Be aware of wildlife while hiking, camping and fishing.
  • Do not leave trash or discard fishing line since they may tangle and harm eagles and other animals.
  • Become informed about environmental issues. Join a conservation group and let your public officials know that the conservation of wildlife is important to you. Through your actions and concern, you can ensure a future for Florida's bald eagles.

For additional information on bald eagle resources, see Additional Southern Bald Eagle Resources.