Bald Eagles Appear Unruffled by PSE&G Project

PARSIPPANY, N.J. - A major project by Public Service Electric & Gas to control the local bald eagle population as they built 47 miles out of the 150-mile transmission line through New Jersey has had minimal impact, according to the Daily Record of Parsippany. Bald eagle nests have produced the same number of chicks over the past year. The big question will be whether the eagles come back to the nests during the current nesting season that began Jan. 1. The national symbol was removed from the federal endangered species list in the 1990s but remains on a list of threatened wildlife.