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Oldest Eagle on Record Released in Vilas County

Wildlife News
From: WSAW - Wausau,WI,USA

Posted: 9:33 PM Nov 3, 2008
Last Updated: 9:33 PM Nov 3, 2008
Reporter: WSAW Staff
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The oldest eagle on record once again is flying free.

The 31-year-old female soared into the sky after being released by wildlife officials in Lac Du Flambeau Fri., Oct. 31st. It had been hit by a car on Highway 47 near Fence Lake earlier in the month.

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Consumers Energy Hopes to Be Where Eagles Fly

Wildlife NewsCompany erects nesting platform at power plant

Posted by alpayne October 29, 2008 15:18PM

Consumers Energy officials hope a new project on the power plant grounds will convince a pair of the raptors to nest there.
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Seven Killer Whales Missing from Washington Waters

Seven Puget Sound killer whales are missing and presumed dead in what could be the biggest decline among the sound's orcas in nearly a decade, say scientists who track the endangered animals.

"This is a disaster," Ken Balcomb, a senior scientist at the Center for Whale Research on San Juan Island, said Friday. "The population drop is worse than the stock market."

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Back to the nest: Eagle spotted at controversial Highway 44 site

Wildlife NewsBy Record Searchlight staff
Originally published 06:19 p.m., October 27, 2008
Updated 08:03 p.m., October 27, 2008

An eagle has returned to the nest near Highway 44 at the Sacramento River.

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Old stuffed eagle lands would-be seller in hot water

Wildlife NewsOctober 25, 2008
Old stuffed eagle lands would-be seller in hot water By DEAN PRITCHARD, SUN MEDIA

Alain Arbez had no idea unloading an old family keepsake would ruffle so many feathers.


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