The eagles nest, on the Palm Harbor Golf Course, has be given a temporary ID number FL981 by the Florida Wildlife Commission (FWC).
The Observer – Nov. 13, 2019
After the entitlements on the parcels lapsed and the developer returned to the city to propose new residential construction, Morton said, “The mayor was very adamant that these have to be value-adds to the community.” Go to article
On March28, 2019, my daughter Jessica videotaped Bald Eagles that were nesting in the area outlined with the red circle. Other individuals, in the community, are also reporting similar sightings. While the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service removed the Bald Eagle from the federal endangered species list in 2007, the Bald Eagle is our national …