Draft Bald Eagle Management Plan



The Pennsylvania Game Commission is seeking public input on a draft bald eagle management plan, which can be reviewed by clicking on the link below. Public comments on the agency’s bald eagle management plan will be accepted until March 3, either by using the email link below, or by mailing your comments to: Eagle Management Plan, Pennsylvania Game Commission, 2001 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110-9797.

The agency is seeking public comment on this draft eagle management plan to ensure the resulting final management plan considers the thoughts and concerns of Pennsylvanians about this species.  As written, the plan is science-based, progressive and promotes responsible management of bald eagles.  The agency is interested in hearing from Pennsylvanians who would like to offer comments, and to see if we’ve missed something or if they share our management vision for the future.

Developed by biologists with the agency’s Wildlife Diversity Division, the eagle management plan establishes management goals through 2019. The mission of this plan is to increase and maintain bald eagle populations in suitable habitat that contributes to sustaining its population throughout the Commonwealth for the foreseeable future, while providing recreational viewing opportunities for the citizens of Pennsylvania.

Draft Bald Eagle Management Plan

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