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he Arizona Game & Fish Department set up the camera before the breeding season began in November, and it’s been live-streaming since December.

Laying eggs, killer ravens and awaiting hatching are all there for the binge watching of eagles' nest at Lake Pleasant. Read more»

Environmental groups claim that bald eagles in the Sonoran Desert, like the juvenile bird shown here, are a distinct subspecies and should be protected as an endangered speces, even though the birds were removed from that list several years ago.

For the third time in six years, two environmental groups are suing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to get endangered species protection for the Sonoran Desert population of the bald eagle. Read more»

A bald eagle is shown in flight in this undated Arizona Game and Fish Department photo. A state lawmaker is pushing for a broad range of protections for the eagle, which remains listed as a threatened species in Arizona.

Bald eagles need additional protection, especially preservation of their habitat, to survive in Arizona, a state lawmaker contends. "If we don't do something to protect their habitat, they will face extinction," said Rep. Ed Ableser. Read more»