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Turtle Bay eagles adapt to urban environment

Urban Eagle Sightings

Turtle Bay eagles adapt to urban environment
By Dylan Darling (Contact)
Thursday, February 19, 2009

Over the past month, the eagle cam has recorded 93,975 page views, with 7,119 - the most views in one day - on Feb. 10.

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8 bald eagles that fed on carcass sick, dead

8 bald eagles that fed on carcass sick, dead
 
At least eight bald eagles became sick or died after feeding on
a horse that was euthanized near Enumclaw earlier this month,
and the State Department of Fish and Wildlife is investigating.

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Claws Come Out in Fight Over Tony the Truck-Stop Tiger

Wildlife NewsClaws Come Out in Fight Over Tony the Truck-Stop Tiger

Saturday, February 14, 2009
By Allison Pataki

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Turtle Bay eagles have three eggs in the nest

Urban Eagle SightingsTurtle Bay eagles have three eggs in the nest
One of the Turtle Bay eagles sits on a trio of eggs this afternoon during ongoing rain, which has partially blurred the image from the California Department of Transportation eagle cam.

California Department of Transportation

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Eagle Survives Tangle with Tree

Conservation & Preservation
Eagle survives tangle with tree
James Weldon, North Shore NewsPublished: Wednesday, February 11, 2009

A bald eagle is recovering in an avian rehabilitation centre after being rescued from the top of a tree with the help of North Vancouver firefighters.


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