Jack is the first juvenile in the 34 years the Forest Service has conducted its eagle count in the local mountains. 10 but was hidden inside the nest — a foot deep and 3 feet wide — when they did their last count on Feb. The bird was named after Jack Lubecki, a longtime eagle count volunteer who died a couple of years ago.
Biologists don’t know the bird’s gender, however, since they’re viewing from a half-mile away.
Biologists leading a third-grade field trip were surprised to spot a newly hatched bald eagle in a nest at Big Bear Lake — the first recorded chick in the San Bernardino Mountains, Forest Service officials said Thursday.
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Welcome to Big Bear Lake, an exciting and friendly travel destination in Southern California!
A small town located 7,000 feet in the San Bernardino Mountains, it experiences the range of all four seasons yearly and with the array of weather comes a variety of activities!
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