In Toronto, sightings of bald eagles have been increasing recently, especially in the winter. “There have been sightings, usually in the winter time, of one or two bald eagles in the High Park and Waterfront area. … Although Toronto doesn’t have nesting pairs, Allair said there are more sightings reported in the city.
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.