In April the federal government took the Sonoran Desert Bald Eagle off the endangered species list. And that’s caused deep concern from people who love this bird in the southwest.
On a recent sunny morning Arizona Game and Fish biologist Kyle McCarty climbed to the top of a tall Ponderosa pine tree and into a bald eagle nest.
Arizona is home to dozens of plants and animals that are listed as endangered or threatened.
And the US Fish and Wildlife Service has just added two more.
Federal officials have designated the Three Forks Springsnail as endangered and the San Bernadino springsnail as threatened.