Reward offered in killings of two Missouri bald eagles

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Posted on: 3:51 pm, April 12, 2013, by l

Bald Eagle


SMITHVILLE, Mo. — Agents for the Missouri Department of Conservation and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are offering up a reward for information that leads to the arrests of the people who shot two bald eagles.

On Jan. 17,  Conservation Agent Vincent Crawford found a dead eagle with a gunshot wound near the Panther Creek low water crossing on Toledo Drive in Caldwell County. Crawford found the eagle after receiving a citizen tip.

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