The first eagles to be introduced to the Canadian eagle population have arrived in the country, but the population has yet to see the birds in their natural habitat.

An estimated 100,000 eagles live in Canada, but only around 30,000 are native to the country.

They are part of a group that have been in Canada for generations.

The new eagles, which are named for their bird-like markings, were named for the first one spotted in Canada.

“They are a unique species that have adapted well to living in urban settings, but we still haven’t seen them in their native habitat,” said John Laidlaw, a conservation biologist with the Department of Conservation.

“And, of course, there is a lot more to this story than just the name.”

The eagles first arrived in Canada in the 1970s, Laidlaws said, but are still found in small populations across the country and have not been seen in the wild since.

The first eaglets to be born in Canada came in 1979.

The population grew quickly, but there are currently about 3,000 pairs of eaglet families in Canada that are native.

The eagles that have made it to Canada live in cities, including Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal.

But while the number of eagle families has increased in recent years, there are still a number of challenges that need to be solved before they can be used as a part of an official reintroduction program.

The new eagles have to be protected, which means that they are confined to the same sites they were born in.

The government requires that they live in urban enclosures, and the birds have to have a protected habitat that’s not too far from the roads, Lillys said.

It’s also important to provide them with enough space, and to ensure that the birds are able to access food, he added.

The eagle families must be in a large, open area where they can breed, and they have to follow the same rules as other eaglers, such as keeping their feathers trimmed.

They also have to find food.

For a baby eagler, the mother has to be able to find some food in her area and to keep her young alive and healthy, Lopatin said.

The Canadian eagle’s natural habitat is the mountains of Alberta and British Columbia, and it’s considered a threatened species, said John Anderson, a wildlife biologist with Environment Canada.

He said there is currently no way to reintroduce the birds into that habitat.

The number of native eagled populations has been declining since the 1970-1980s, when they were first introduced, and that’s when the population was considered to be “low.”

However, with the number that is present now, the eagling population is still on the rise.

The federal government will decide whether or not to reintroduck the eagles when it considers whether or in what circumstances to reintroducite them.

Lilles said he hopes to see more eagles come to Canada in order to protect the population.