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EAGLE LANDING
A bald eagle was spotted in Nashville on Friday and Saturday of last week. On Friday, an eagle was spotted in the Taylor’s Crossroads area and on Saturday afternoon, an eagle landed at Birchwood Country Club. Pictured, the eagle sits in a Pine tree on the golf course. According to David Allen, Wildlife Diversity Supervisor for the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, spotting an eagle isn’t as rare as it once was. ““There are a fair number of eagles in the state,” Allen said. Allen said eagles are more common in the northeast part of the state, from Raleigh east and north and estimated around 100 nesting territories in North Carolina. (Graphic photo by Amanda Clark)

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January 18, 2008 at 12:00am
Thats a great sign for wildlife conservation. There should be a drop in small mammals and rodents, soon to follow.



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