Written by Peter Sharpe | April 30th, 2012
Wildlife biologist Peter Sharpe shares why the 2012 bald eagle nesting season on California’s Channel Islands has already exceeded expectations.
Written by Peter Sharpe | June 28th, 2011
A bald eagle chick known as A-73 is now a webcam star. We’ve seen his first wing exercises and his banding, but his latest milestone is the most exciting yet.
Written by Peter Sharpe | April 18th, 2011
Bald eagles are once again nesting on our Santa Cruz Island preserve, this time at a new location. Biologist Peter Sharpe explains what’s happening at the new site.
Written by Peter Sharpe | August 2nd, 2010
Wildlife biologist Peter Sharpe explains why the return of bald eagles to the Channel Islands is one of California’s greatest conservation success stories.
Written by Darci Palmquist | March 10th, 2009
Biologists have spotted two eggs in the bald eagle nest on Santa Cruz Island — and web users around the world can watch the nesting parents via a live camera! Bald eagles used to be a common sight at Santa Cruz and the rest of California’s Channel Islands, riding the thermals and fishing in the Pacific. […]