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Berlin Zoo staff left devastated after four-month-old polar bear cub dies

Wildlife News
7 March 2017

A polar bear born at Berlin zoo last November has died. Four-month-old Fritz fell ill at the weekend at the Tierpark in the eastern part of the German capital. Vest separated him from .

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David Hancock to Speak in Blaine, Washington

Wildlife News

This coming weekend is the annual Wings Over Water Festival in Blaine, Washington.  As usual David Hancock will be giving one of his talks on bald eagles.  It is one of the few opportunities yearly to hear David speak in public as most of his presentations are to private groups.  We hope to meet many viewers of our eagle nest webcams.  

TIME : 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m

DATE: Saturday, March 11, 2017

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Early migration: keep an eye out for bald eagles this week

Wildlife News6 March 2017

Bald eagles are migrating back to Minnesota and may soon be spotted in large groups, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.

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Owl returns to the wild

Wildlife News4 March 2017

With a rich baritone hoot and a flap of his wings, Barney returned to the wild from the hands of a wildlife rehabilitator on Saturday.

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Rescued peregrine falcon soars again after rehab

Wildlife News5 March 2017

Vernon A handful of onlookers watched Saturday as a peregrine falcon found its wings and soared away after more than a year of care at a local wildlife center.

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Bald eagle treated for lead poisoning

Wildlife News3 March 2017 - Oregon

The bird tested with more than 30 times the amount of lead considered toxic.

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Bald eagle dies of severe lead poisoning

Wildlife News3 March 2017 - Arlington VA

A bald eagle in Arlington has died of severe lead poisoning on the same day Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke reversed last-minute action by President Obama to ban lead ammunition and fish tackle on national wildlife refuges.

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Oklahoma game warden rescues injured American bald eagle

Wildlife News2 March 2017

An Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation game warden recently rescued an injured American bald eagle. The bird was given to the Iowa Tribe for rehabilitation.

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