From a biological standpoint, bald eagles
have recovered," Watts says.
are gregarious animals that share roosts and aren't shy of humans.
Most often, Indians get permits to obtain feathers and body parts from a federal repository set up to take in carcasses of eagles
electrocuted by power lines, hit by automobiles or killed illegally.
And sightings of the bald eagles
- the first at Channel Islands since the early 1960s - have become increasingly frequent among the kayakers, boaters and hikers who have traveled to the islands throughout the year.
Jeremy Buck of the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) says federal eagle
monitoring has been virtually nonexistent in the years since, primarily due to budget cutbacks.
CHANNEL ISLANDS - More than 50 years ago, bald eagles
reigned on all eight of the Channel Islands - a stronghold for the species in Southern California - until DDT runoff obliterated America's emblem from the isolated islands in just a decade.
I love doing it,'' said Williams, who counts the eagles
on her own time.
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The return of the bald eagle
is a fitting cap to a century of environmental stewardship.
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We are also looking forward to applying the BDS concept to some of the current Eagle
contract applications in the near future.
will give consideration to all requests to observe the operation of the Plasma Equipment.