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Welcome to the  Broward Eagle Watch

The Broward Bald Eagle Forum

The Broward Bald Eagle Forum is a vibrant platform celebrating Dr. Kenneth Schneider's dedicated work. His extensive monitoring of bald eagles has greatly enhanced our knowledge and admiration of these magnificent birds in Broward County and its vicinity. Now, under the stewardship of the South Florida Audubon Society, the forum is a testament to Dr. Schneider's enduring legacy.


Florida is renowned for its dense population of nesting bald eagles, hosting about 1,500 pairs, one of the highest concentrations in the lower 48 states. These eagles, thriving around the state's lakes, rivers, and coastal areas, provide a mesmerizing experience for birdwatchers and nature lovers alike.

Significant conservation efforts have led to the bald eagle's removal from the endangered species list by the US Fish and Wildlife Service in 2007 and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation's imperiled species list in 2008. Nevertheless, they are still safeguarded under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act, and Florida's bald eagle rule.

The South Florida Audubon Society invites you to the Broward Bald Eagle Forum to share your experiences, photographs, and narratives about the bald eagles in South Florida. While our focus is primarily on Broward County, we warmly welcome discussions about eagle observations from other regions in South Florida.

Join us in this communal endeavor to honor Dr. Schneider's legacy, nurturing a collective passion and respect for bald eagles. Together, under the guidance of the South Florida Audubon Society, let's contribute to a forum where admiration for these noble birds can flourish.

Happy bird watching!

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