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Bald Eagles Are Starving, Scavenging

Bald Eagle’s Numbers So Strong, They’re Starving
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Once endangered, the North American bald eagle has recovered so well they are running out of food in the wild. Shortages of some winter salmon spawns are forcing more eagles to eat from the dump. Pen Waggener via Flickr.

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2:35AM PDT on Mar 22, 2013

that is sad

5:55AM PST on Jan 26, 2013

This is natural.

4:02PM PDT on Oct 20, 2012

Thank you for sharing. Those eagles should be helped; they don't deserve to starve.

6:25PM PDT on Jun 22, 2012

We must help all the wildlife and do what is necessary to stop the destruction of the environment. We CAN make a difference if we try.~ Thanks for the post!~

6:25PM PDT on Jun 22, 2012

We must help all the wildlife and do what is necessary to stop the destruction of the environment. We CAN make a difference if we try.~ Thanks for the post!~

6:25PM PDT on Jun 22, 2012

We must help all the wildlife and do what is necessary to stop the destruction of the environment. We CAN make a difference if we try.~ Thanks for the post!~

2:52AM PDT on Jun 22, 2012

I know that the eagles are experiencing problems there, but they appear to be caused, as always, by humans.
A little farther south, on the Skagit River here in Washington State, they are thriving, and you can take quiet canoe rides down the river and see a healthy eagle in almost every tree...both beautiful and awe inspiring :-)

10:35AM PDT on May 15, 2012

Oh no!! :( This is very worrisome.

10:57AM PDT on May 12, 2012

I watched the eagles at alco eggs hatching, I check them everyday, their 6 weeks old, there is 3 of them. beautiful birds!

9:16AM PDT on May 12, 2012

Thanks for sharing

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