Baby Eagles Have Captured The Eyes Of Waterville Students

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Waterville - Faculty and students at Waterville high school are keeping an eagle-eye on some new friends. A pair of baby bald eagles that have captured the imagination of the entire school.

The nest was discovered about two years ago when Suzanne Goulet, a visual arts teacher at Waterville High School, first noticed a bald eagle flying overhead while she was outside with some students. "Not 10 seconds later another eagle, this one with a frozen fish in its talons, flying in the same direction," Goulet said Wednesday, "and then it was after that we noticed the eagles' nest had started to form."

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