Bald Eagle Sightings at Lake James
Lake James Environmental Association (LJEA) thanks you for sharing your Bald Eagle observations. This will help us to better monitor and conserve this iconic species!
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What did you see?
JUVENILE BALD EAGLE: first year of life - mostly brown
IMMATURE BALD EAGLE: 2+ years old - partially white belly, extensive white on wings, white on back, mostly brown head
ADULT BALD EAGLE: wings and body brown, tail and head bright white
BALD EAGLE (unknown age)
BALD EAGLE NEST with an eagle at the nest
BALD EAGLE NEST without an eagle
A nest that could belong to a Bald Eagle, but I'm not sure
If you saw a Bald Eagle, how confident are you that it was indeed a Bald Eagle?
Not confident, it could have been something else
Very confident, it was 100% a Bald Eagle
When did you see it?
Where was it? If you have GPS coordinates, please include them here.
If you saw a Bald Eagle, what was it doing?
Anything else you'd like to share?
If you have photos, video, or other media to share, please send it to Olya Milenkaya: omilenkaya [at]
For Questions & Comments, Please Contact:
Olya Milenkaya, PhD, Professor of Conservation Biology
Office Phone: (828) 771 – 3904
Email: omilenkaya [at]
Address: Biology Department, Warren Wilson College, 701 Warren Wilson Road, Swannanoa NC 28778
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