The Tongass National Forest is thought to be home to 10,000 bald eagles and the Wild Alaska team will be using special technology to study the giant birds of prey.
‘We’re hoping to put a camera in a bald eagle nest,’ says Matt. ‘Their nests are massive and last for many years, so many generations can use them. They are a protected species and have no predators, so they are simply everywhere in Alaska. People see them in their back gardens.’