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The bald eagle soars again

After decades of absence, the majestic birds have decided the state is a great place to raise an eaglet or two.

Every New England state can now claim eagles, like this one in West Newbury (above). State agencies are banding and tracking some of the birds. (Globe photo / Mark Wilson) Every New England state can now claim eagles, like this one in West Newbury (above). State agencies are banding and tracking some of the birds.
By Text and photographs by Mark Wilson
August 1, 2010

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After decades of absence, the majestic birds have decided the state is a great place to raise an eaglet or two. (Full article: 616 words)

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