Bald Eagles are widely distributed throughout North America. In Ontario, they nest throughout the north, with the highest density in the northwest near Lake of the Woods.
Are bald eagles rare in Ontario?
In southern Ontario there are now almost 40 breeding pairs of Bald Eagles but the species is still considered endangered. Bald Eagles are not rebounding as quickly in southern Ontario as in neighbouring U.S. states.
Are bald eagles protected in Canada?
Killing eagles is illegal in Canada and the U.S. In addition, it’s against the law for Americans to possess bald-eagle parts unless they are registered tribal members with special government permits. … Smuggling of Canadian eagle parts to the U.S. is not new.