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Bald eagles return to Pennsylvania nesting areas

July 15, 2012
By SCOTT SHALAWAY (sshalaway@aol.com) , Parkersburg News and Sentinel

Thirty years ago the sight of a bald eagle got people excited. In Pennsylvania, for example, only three nesting pairs were known in 1982. In the lower 48 states, there were probably fewer than 500 nesting pairs. Today bald eagles are back. It's no longer unusual to see a bald eagle. In fact, if you go to the right places, seeing eagles is almost a certainty.

 
 

 

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