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Foot caught in steel trap, Stockton Lake bald eagle catches a lucky break

Wildlife News
20 December 2017


Conservation agentís dilemma. How to free the trapped bird.
NEWS-LEADER.COM

Read More: http://www.news-leader.com/story/news/2017/12/20/foot-caught-steel-trap-stockton-lake-bald-eagle-catches-lucky-break/969226001/
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American bald eagle rescued from trampoline net in Cypress

Wildlife News20 December 2017


An American bald eagle was rescued and treated by a Harris County game warden after being caught in a trampoline net in Cypress on Dec. 17, according to a Facebook post by the game wardens.
CLICK2HOUSTON.COM

Read More: https://www.click2houston.com/news/american-bald-eagle-rescued-from-trampoline-net-in-cypress
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Colorado officials search for person who shot bald eagle that had to be euthanized

Wildlife News20 December 2017


Routt County officials are trying to find the person responsible for shooting a bald eagle.
DENVERPOST.COM

Read More: https://www.denverpost.com/2017/12/20/bald-eagle-shot-routt-county/
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Nine bald eagles counted in first census of winter

Wildlife News18 December 2017


The first bald eagle count of the winter season was conducted Dec 9 by local federal and state biologists and citizen scientists around several lakes in Southern Californiaís Inland Empire.
BIGBEARGRIZZLY.NET

Read More: http://www.bigbeargrizzly.net/news/nine-bald-eagles-counted-in-first-census-of-the-winter/article_03dd5bce-e422-11e7-8d0e-eb836205d41d.html
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Bald Eagles Nesting Pair Reported Near Bridgewater

Wildlife News11 December 2017


In 2017, there are more than 150 nesting pairs of eagles in the state including 4 in Somerset County.
PATCH.COM

Read More: https://patch.com/new-jersey/bridgewater/bald-eagles-nesting-pair-reported-near-bridgewater
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N.J. bald eagle population still growing, but competitionís up, too

Wildlife News11 December 2017


Bald eagle numbers continued to increase in New Jersey in 2017, with 178 nest sites monitored, up from 172 last year.
PRESSOFATLANTICCITY.COM

Read More: http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/news/breaking/n-j-bald-eagle-population-still-growing-but-competition-s/article_9f682785-af18-5a7c-aae2-38866dd636a3.html
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Poisoned Bald Eagle Highlights Lead Bullet Controversy

Wildlife News8 December 2017


Bald eagles are scavengers and commonly feed on the poisoned remains of animals shot with lead bullets.
NEWS.NATIONALGEOGAPHIC.COM

Read More: https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/12/eagle-death-lead-poisoning-ammunition-bullets-spd/
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Eagleís Nest Complicates CPV Pipeline Battle

Wildlife News4 December 2017


A bald eagleís nest rests in a pine tree near the path of the yet-to-be pipeline to the Competitive Power Ventures power plant in Wawayanda.
RECORDONLINE.COM

Read More: http://www.recordonline.com/news/20171204/eagles-nest-complicates-cpv-pipeline-battle
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