Angry birds: Pair of eagles defy banishment in Southwest Alaska town

Wildlife News

By Jill Burke

Loren Holmes photo
For years, a pair of bald eagles in Unalaska have earned a notorious reputation for angry attacks on passersby. And even after the town destroyed their nests, these eagles are still resisting eviction efforts. 

 

On an island along Alaska's southern coastline, sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and the Bering Sea, the nation's largest fishing port is struggling with an unhappy pair of dive-bombing bald eagles.


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