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Ea·gle

(ē'gĕl),
Harry, U.S. physician and cell biologist, 1905-1992. See: Eagle basal medium, Eagle minimum essential medium.

Ea·gle

(ē'gĕl),
Watt W., 20th-century U.S. otolaryngologist. See: Eagle syndrome.
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The body of Philippine hawk eagle will be preserved and displayed at the Albay Wildlife Park in Legazpi City, Baylon said.
MGen Vilarmino informed reporters that the Philippine hawk eagle, estimated to be five months old was found by government troops assessing the effects of super-typhoon Yolanda at the hinterlands of Pinabacdao-Sta Rita, Samar.
According to reports reaching her office, Lim said, seven exotic birds-two juvenile horn bills, a hawk eagle, three juvenile raptors, and an owl-were discovered in two boxes aboard the Twin Hearts bus in Barangay (village) Tabugon, Camarines Norte on May 20.
"The handing over of the Philippine hawk eagle that was nursed by the 87IB for four months to the DENR is a manifestation of our support to the environment conservation program of the government," he added.
He helped nurse the hawk eagle until its gunshot wound healed.
They included three African hawk eagles, four jackal buzzards and two American kestrels, McDonagh, 27, of Fryer Road, West Heath, could have been jailed for up to seven years after admitting the illegal importation of birds of prey, selling them and two charges of offering birds for sale.
Climbers could see a range of different wildlife, including elephants, buffalo, eland, black and white colobus monkeys, augur buzzards, mountain hawk eagles and white-naped ravens.
Similarly, a highly pathogenic avian influenza A H5N1 virus from crested hawk eagles smuggled into Europe by air travel has been isolated and characterized (24); fortunately, however, screening of human and avian contacts indicated that no dissemination had occurred.