We use the best available science to ensure the survival of Montana's birds and other wildlife.
Montana Audubon is helping compile all known Golden Eagle nest locations. If you are aware of any active Golden Eagle nests, please fill out a simple report and submit to the Montana Natural Heritage Program – simple options for reporting are clearly described HERE.
OR you can get information directly to us: simply record date, activity, and location. You can “pin” it on google earth and send us the spatial information, or we can send you a map of the area and you can make your mark. Of course you can also use a GPS device and record the approximate location.
The Montana Bird Conservation Partnership has initiated a working group to address research and monitoring needs, potential declines, and threats to Golden Eagles in our state. Nest site locations will help us conserve these eagles, especially with regards to energy development in our state.
Thanks to members of the Montana Bird Conservation Partnership