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Eagle Death Toll Now at 22 After Mishap

Bald Eagles Recovering After Disastrous Dive Into Alaska Fish Truck; Death Toll at 22

The Associated Press

ANCHORAGE, Alaska Jan 13, 2008 (AP)

Most of the 30 bald eagles who survived a disastrous dive into a truck full of fish guts are close to recovery, said officials at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.

They say two birds have died, but most of the remaining have perked up and may soon be released. Another 20 eagles died after the birds mobbed the uncovered truck at Ocean Beauty Seafoods on Friday.

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At Least 20 Eagles Die Looking for Easy Meal

From the Anchorage Daily News

Factory workers try to save birds from quicksand-like goo

jhalpin@adn.com | jhalpin@adn.com

Published: January 12th, 2008 12:25 AM
Last Modified: January 12th, 2008 04:45 AM

Dozens of bald eagles descended on a dump truck hauling fish guts at a Kodiak processing plant Friday and got tangled in the mess, leaving at least 20 of the birds drowned, buried or crushed, according to federal wildlife officials.

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Two Golden Eaglets Killed One Wounded

St.George Utah
Two golden eagles found killed in Iron County nest
Third eaglet is found injured at the bottom of a 100-foot-deep pit

CEDAR CITY - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources are offering up to $3,500 in reward money for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals responsible for the shooting of two golden eaglets in Iron County.

The birds were found Thursday at a historic eagle nest site north of the Iron County Firing Range near the Three Peaks Recreation Area.

Two eaglets, within a week or 10 days of being able to fly, were killed at the nest site. A third eaglet managed to escape the poachers and was recovered at the bottom of an adjacent pit approximately 100 feet deep. This male eaglet is being treated for its injuries and will be in rehabilitation for some time. A preliminary examination of the two eaglets indicated that the shooting occurred within the past few days.


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