STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Big day at Hawk Ridge; another coming?
Just a quick heads-up. More than 5,000 raptors were counted at Hawk Ridge Bird Observatory on Monday, according to Debbie Waters, education director at Hawk Ridge. That's by far the largest count of t... Posted on 9/13/10 at 8:14 PM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS National Repository: Where Dead Eagles Land
For some Americans, practicing their religion requires a federal permit and a long wait for a controlled substance — eagle parts.
The National Eagle Repository, Building 128 at the Rocky Mounta... Posted on 9/3/09 at 2:54 AM
Near Crystal Falls, Mich., in 1998 someone pulled out a gun and shot a bald eagle. Twice. The eagle was discovered shortly thereafter, but the prognosis wasn’t good.
Twelve years later, the outlook is much different for that eagle.
Frigid temperatures may be bad news for most outdoor enthusiasts, but it’s good news for bird watchers.
The extreme chill has forced bald eagles to focus their attention on the few remaining areas of open water, including Colvill Park in Red Wing and the stretch of Mississippi River from Reads Landing to Wabasha.
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