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Bald eagle treated for lead poisoning

Wildlife News
3 March 2017 - Oregon


The bird tested with more than 30 times the amount of lead considered toxic.
WCVB.COM

Read More & Video: http://www.wcvb.com/article/bald-eagle-treated-for-lead-poisoning/9087745
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Bald eagle dies of severe lead poisoning

Wildlife News3 March 2017 - Arlington VA


A bald eagle in Arlington has died of severe lead poisoning on the same day Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke reversed last-minute action by President Obama to ban lead ammunition and fish tackle on national wildlife refuges.
KING5.COM

Read More & Video: http://www.king5.com/tech/science/environment/bald-eagle-dies-of-severe-lead-poisoning/418876733
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Oklahoma game warden rescues injured American bald eagle

Wildlife News2 March 2017


An Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation game warden recently rescued an injured American bald eagle. The bird was given to the Iowa Tribe for rehabilitation.
NEWSOK.COM

Read More: http://newsok.com/article/5539955
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First of Two North Texas Bald Eagle Eggs Has Hatched

Wildlife News2 March 2017


Two bald eagles in Seagoville have welcomed the first of their two offspring.
NBCDFW.COM

Read More and see Video: http://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/First-of-Two-North-Texas-Bald-Eagle-Eggs-Has-Hatched-415268423.html
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Veterinarians euthanize Red-tailed Hawk rescued from car in Milford

Wildlife News1 March 2017


Despite being miraculously saved after being hit by a car in Milford and stuck in the carís grille, the Red-tailed Hawk was Ö.
MASSLIVE.COM BY MELISSA HANSON

Read More: http://www.masslive.com/news/worcester/index.ssf/2017/03/veterinarians_euthanize_red-ta.html
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