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- Some of the most common birds of prey here, the bald eagle, peregrine falcon, and osprey, are fish-eaters, though the hawk owl is not.
- The presence of bald eagles likely prevented golden eagles from establishing themselves.
- The area is home to a variety of other birds, including nesting bald eagles, hawks, owls, bluebirds and several other songbirds, wild turkeys, herons, and waterfowl.
- Good fishing for sportsmen and women also means good fortune for those who must feed their families almost entirely by fishing - loons, ospreys, bald eagles and cormorants.
- Just months after Edwards Dam was removed, birds such as ospreys, bald eagles, and kingfishers returned.
- Predators of barracuda include such birds as bald eagles and terns.
- Disturbance can also cause nest abandonment in shy species, including bald eagles and white-tailed sea-eagles.
- This creek, popular with fishermen, also is a good spot to sight ospreys and bald eagles.
- One of the protected species is the bald eagle, our national bird.
- If your karma is good and you're having a good day, you may also see bald eagles, northern mockingbirds, scarlet tanagers and indigo buntings.
- Three of the nation's endangered species are here: the bald eagle, the Delmarva fox squirrel, and the peregrine falcon.
- What were a bald eagle, an owl, a vulture, a falcon and a northern gosshawk doing at the British Association for the Advancement of Science Meeting in Leicester?
- If we don't take care of the Chesapeake so that fish populations are healthy, the bald eagles won't be healthy, either.
- Ospreys and bald eagles could lose habitat as well.
- Wildlife viewing is best on the morning run, when passengers often see bald eagles, osprey, deer, and otters.
- How many boats going at high speeds are noticing the osprey, bald eagles and alligators?
- Other birds include a huge American bald eagle called Liberty, buzzards, Harris hawks, vultures, laughing kookaburras and a pelican.
- In 1987 a raptor biologist working on Lake Umbagog observed a bald eagle with a yellow tag in its wing.
- Other ESA-listed birds that occur off northern Washington are the bald eagle, brown pelican, and snowy plover.
- Early morning is a great time to observe wildlife, and very soon we saw moose, bald eagles, red foxes, and ptarmigan.
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