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The Afterlife of Unalaksa’s Bald Eagles

Wildlife News
30 August 2017

When bald eagles die in Unalaska, it’s the beginning of a long journey. Literally. Many travel thousands of miles and find second lives in the Lower 48, after a stop in well-stuffed freezer.

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Bald eagles take flight in Lorton

Wildlife News25 August 2017

The 7-month-old female bald eagle regarded the roughly 100 spectators gathered in a field near the Mason Neck State Park visitor center with cool suspicion, its beady eyes flickering as …

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Bald Eagle Population Continues to Rise, Spread in Kentucky

Wildlife News30 August 2017

Officials say the bald eagle population in Kentucky is continuing to grow and spread.

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The Triumphant Return Of The Bald Eagle – East Hampton

Wildlife News27 August 2017

Disclosing the exact location of bald eagles is something of a taboo among conservationists. The symbolic national bird was on ….

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Sonoran Desert Area Bald Eagle Denied Endangered Status

Wildlife News28 August 2017

PHOENIX – A federal appeals court on Monday rebuffed a bid to have the Sonoran Desert Area bald eagle listed as endangered, saying, in essence, that if they all are …

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