This is a three-year project beginning in 2020 with funding support from the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism. Our primary method for studying Bald Eagles is telemetry. We will tag 10 nestling Bald Eagles with light-weight GPS telemetry units that will track their movements at intervals as frequent as 4 seconds. The units will provide information on location, flight speed, flight altitude and direction, activity as measured by an accelerometer, and other diagnostic information. This project is conducted in collaboration with scientists at the US Geological Survey and biologists at the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism.