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Sonoran Desert Area Bald Eagle Denied Endangered Status

Wildlife News
28 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

Read More: http://azdailysun.com/news/local/state-and-regional/sonoran-desert-area-bald-eagle-denied-endangered-status/article_6988c172-bbf4-56d3-b8c8-8c26b87a43dd.html
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Cape Fear Raptor Center Releases Bald Eagle in honor of volunteer who passed away

Wildlife News27 August 2017

The Cape Fear Raptor Center had a special release recently. They released an immature Bald Eagle named Zonta.

Read More: http://www.wect.com/story/36226927/cape-fear-raptor-center-releases-bald-eagle-in-honor-of-volunteer-who-passed-away#
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Life for Little

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Life for Little

Life for Little

This is the story of Little, a bald eaglet who was rescued when it couldn’t fly at fledge time.

The nest was monitored by a member of Hancock Wildlife Foundation. Heather Johnson can view the nest from her property in Wilson Creek. By mid-June she discovered through photographs that one eaglet seemed much smaller than its sibling who fledged a whole month before Little. A photograph she took towards the end of July gave us concern that Little would not be able to fly upon leaving the nest.

Read the rest of the story here:  http://www.thelocalweekly.ca/life-for-little/

For more of Little's pictures and story of his nest at Wilson Creek, BC click here:



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Pacific Power lineman rescues young osprey

Wildlife News21 August 2017

A young osprey tangled up in nesting material dangling upside down from its nest as its parents fly above.

Read More: http://www.union-bulletin.com/local/pacific-power-lineman-rescues-young-osprey/article_62a7770c-86a3-11e7-80bd-fbf883748f2d.html
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Injured eagle named Sam not ready for wild

Wildlife News21 August 2017

Danville - A young bald eagle, rescued in June along railroad tracks, quickly tired in flight when released Saturday morning at Echo Field.

Read More: http://www.mcall.com/news/nationworld/pennsylvania/

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