(Bismarck, ND) -- The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is asking for help locating active bald eagle nests.
The department is looking for locations of eagle nests, not individual eagle sightings.
Conservation biologist Sandra Johnson says an estimated 350 active bald eagle nests can be found across 47 of the 53 counties in the state. Traditionally, bald eagles set up their nests along river corridors, but it seems that is beginning to change. Johnson says the eagles have been found in the middle of pastures, fields, or anywhere a consistent source of food can be found.
You can report active nests and learn more about them by clicking here.