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The Obama administration is moving toward finalizing a rule that would give alternative energy farms a pass for killing bald and golden eagles for decades, just weeks after it took legal action for the first time against a company for doing so. The
The urban bald eagle couple that earlier this year caused a stir -- successfully fledging a chick in clear view of passers-by within Pittsburgh city limits on a hill in Hays above East Carson Street -- are at it again. Bicyclists on the Three Rivers
We've waited a year for the chance to say this and really mean it: Let's talk turkey. Have you heard the one about how Thomas Jefferson favored the bald eagle as the national bird instead of the North American wild turkey, as Benjamin Franklin
For the first time, the Obama administration is taking action against wind farms for killing eagles. In a settlement announced Friday, Duke Energy will pay $1 million for killing 14 golden eagles over the past three years at two Wyoming wind farms.
Veterinarians don't know how a bald eagle found in a Sabine Parish ditch wound up with a broken wing. But Ginger Guttner, spokeswoman for the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine, says there's not any indication it was shot. Guttner tells The Times of
43:13 PM PST Updated: 11/14/2013 05:43:14 PM PST Thanks to a team of adventurous conservationists, the bald eagle population along the Central Coast has made a healthy resurgence in the past 40 years, from no productive nests to 26 today.
At more than 2 feet high on its perch, with talons the size of razor-sharp fingers, veterinarian Paul Bingham who has rehabilitated countless raptors is careful around this immature bald eagle...There's not many birds that intimidate me, but this one
Two members of the Ridgefield Park Environmental Commission met Oct. 23 with representatives of Pitcairn Skymark LLC, the developer of the site on which a bald eagle's nest stands, to discuss options for saving the nest. James Ruff, chairman of the
Media playback is unsupported on your device US scientists track what's killing golden eagles 30 October 2013 Last updated at 00:11 GMT More than four decades ago the golden eagle was awarded the same protections under US law as the country's
Ridgefield Park officials say they have found a way to let redevelopment of an old industrial site along Overpeck Creek proceed, adding vital tax revenue to the village while protecting a family of bald eagles that has been nesting in a tree on the