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Bald eagle making comeback

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King County Record, Published Tuesday January 6th, 2009 Bald eagle making comeback
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Famous eagle pair getting ready for their closeup

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The Norfolk, Virginia eagle cam was repositioned at the old nest. This link is to a WVEC news story and video. ... d2c52.html

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Eagle cam goes live

Wildlife NewsFrom: Record Searchlight On-line

By Record Searchlight staff
Originally published 01:32 p.m., November 26, 2008
Updated 01:32 p.m., November 26, 2008

A webcam showing the nest of Redding's famous pair of bald eagles is now online.

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Eagle camera is set to go live next week

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From: Record Searchlight On-line

By Dylan Darling (Contact)
Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Redding's most famous raptors are set to go live - on the Web - Tuesday, when a camera on a pair of bald eagles nesting near Turtle Bay should start broadcasting.

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Panda in China zoo bites student who wanted a hug

Wildlife NewsPanda in China zoo bites student who wanted a hug By AUDRA ANG, Associated Press Writer Audra Ang, Associated Press Writer Sat Nov 22, 10:18 am ET

BEIJING – A college student in southern China was bitten by a panda after he broke into the bear's enclosure hoping to get a hug, state media and a park employee said Saturday.

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Bald Eagles in Catskills Show Increasing Mercury

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NY couple, trucker help injured butterfly migrate

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Mike Parwana for The Post-Star via AP
The human effect: This monarch butterfly was rescued by a woman from a roadside in upstate New York. She and her partner patched the butterfly's wing with two white splints (seen on the right wing), nursed the Lepidoptera back to health -- and persuaded a fellow Homo sapiens to transport the winged creature to Florida. 

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Animals at risk in Nanaimo

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By Toby Gorman - Nanaimo News Bulletin

Published: November 19, 2008 3:00 PM
Updated: November 19, 2008 4:25 PM

British Columbia needs to live up to its slogan as the ‘Best Place on Earth’ by creating endangered species legislation, several environmental groups say.

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