SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (KABC) --Local biologists and volunteers counted 14 bald eagles during a recent observation in Southern Californian mountains.
On Saturday, 224 eagle-eyed observers assisted in spotting the bald eagles for one hour. Experts said several dozen bald eagles typically spend their winter vacations around Southern California's mountain areas.
The Forest Service and State Recreation Areas said the volunteers who helped are critical to having a more accurate eagle census.
If you're interested in joining the next bald eagle count on March 12, the U.S. Forest Service provided the following contact information: