Bald eagle takes flight in New Jersey

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Endangered species now at 119 in the state

Apr 2, 2013

And for that decision, professional, college and high school athletic teams are grateful.

But somewhere along the food chain, the bald eagle went from being a national symbol to being on the endangered species list. Environmentalists point to human disturbance and the widespread use of the pesticide DDT between the 1940s through the 1960s as the cause.

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