Eagles soar again

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Keith Walker | For Prince William Today | Posted: Sunday, April 14, 2013 5:23 pm

Amid the blasting and bulldozers at the future site of Rollins Ford Park in Nokesville, a pair of American bald eagles have built a nest and mated for life.

So far, the two seem unfazed by the ground-shaking explosions around them.

Bald eagles were once on the verge of extinction due to declining fish and waterfowl populations, as well as the widespread use of the pesticide DDT that contaminated rivers and streams in the 1960s.

Read the whole story here:

http://www.insidenova.com/news/local/no ... 963f4.html

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