Please specify the location of a point of interest and a distance from this point. After clicking on the “Submit” button, the search will find all nests located within the specified number of miles from the point. Additional data returned by this search include the distance in miles from the point of interest to the found nest and the bearing and direction of the nest relative to the point. The longitude and latitude of the point of interest must be specified in degrees and minutes; the distance is specified in miles. For example, to search for all eagle nests located within 30 miles of the town of Perry FL, enter a latitude of 30 degrees, 7.90 minutes and a longitude of 83 degrees, 34.68 minutes, and a distance of 30 miles. Latitude/longitude coordinates for a point of interest can be determined using a variety of sources, including the Florida Atlas & Gazetteer, paper or electronic United States Geological Survey (USGS) topographic maps such as those available at www.TopoZone.com, or a GPS unit.
is compiled and maintained by Wildlife Technology Services in the Division of
Wildlife for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and was last
modified: Feb 7, 2003.
Bald eagle nest location data are current as of the end of the 2002 nesting season (mid-April 2002). Yearly nest activity status is available for the years 1998 through 2002