Biologists hope bald eagles are here for good

Bald Eagle Biology

The Associated Press - Published: June 12, 2009

 

ROCKINGHAM — State biologists are watching three bald eagle nests in southeastern Vermont, hoping the birds will successfully raise young this summer.

Last year was the first time in decades that a bald eagle was known to have hatched and survived in Vermont. Now, the biologists want to make sure the birds are here to stay.

Biologists from the state Department of Fish and Wildlife are watching nests along the Connecticut River where adult eagles are acting as though they are caring for young.

It will probably be another month before the young eagles are visible.

Biologist Forrest Hammond tells the Brattleboro Reformer the recent cold and wet weather is not good for the birds’ chances of survival.


rest of story

http://www.rutlandherald.com/article/20090612/THISJUSTIN/906129989

 

Story Options

Trackback

Trackback URL for this entry: http://www.hancockwildlife.org/trackback.php/20090623180529684

Here's what others have to say about 'Biologists hope bald eagles are here for good':

צלקות ניתוח אף from צלקות ניתוח אף
... - אם הולכים אל מנתחים פלסטיים אך כאן הבעיה פורום כירורגיה פלסטית ניתוח אף, כביכול ברורה וגלויה לעין וברור שיש לטפל באמצעות רפואי. לדוגמא:... [read more]
Tracked on Tuesday, February 18 2014 @ 08:56 AM EST

בת 8 בוטוקס from בת 8 בוטוקס
... - כמו כן, ההרמה שמתקבלת משתנה ממטופלת אחת לשנייה ומטופלות עם נפילה משמעותית לא ייהנו מתוצאות הטיפול. התוצאה מעניקה לכם את המקום להביע דע... [read more]
Tracked on Friday, January 08 2016 @ 07:31 AM EST

0 comments

?

Please Donate

Please Donate!

Current & Ongoing Promotions

 

 

 

 

My Account





Sign up as a New User
Lost your password?