Bald eagle feared dead spotted alive and well with mate

Wildlife News

Wednesday March 20, 2013
 
Daily Mail Staff
 

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A reunion between two lovebirds was spotted in the New River Gorge area Wednesday morning, giving relief to wildlife experts who feared one had been killed by a train.

As the sun rose Wednesday morning, representatives of the Three Rivers Avian Center were pleased to see Whitey, a male bald eagle who has nested in the area for at least four years, perched in his nest with his mate.

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