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A captive bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) at the Raptor Recovery Center near Malcom, Nebraska.

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A captive bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) at the Raptor Recovery Center near Malcom, Nebraska.

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Grade school children look at Sequoyah, an imature southern bald eagle at the Southern Avian Research Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

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Grade school children observe a bald eagle chick at the Sutton Avian Research Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The center is raising birds in captivity as part of the southern bald eagle recovery project.

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Grade school children observe a bald eagle chick at the Sutton Avian Research Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The center is raising birds in captivity as part of the southern bald eagle recovery project.

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Grade school children look at Sequoyah, an imature southern bald eagle at the Southern Avian Research Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma.

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Grade school children observe a bald eagle chick at the Sutton Avian Research Center in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The center is raising birds in captivity as part of the southern bald eagle recovery project.

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At the Sutton Avian Research Center, bald eagle eggs are hatched as part of the Southern Bald Eagle Restoration Program. This particular egg developed a small hole during incubation that workers mended with a special adhesive so that the chick could continue to develop and hatch.

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At the Sutton Avian Research Center, bald eagle eggs are hatched as part of the Southern Bald Eagle Restoration Program. This chick has bandages on his stomach to staunch bleeding where his stomach was connected to the inside of the egg.

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At the Sutton Avian Research Center, bald eagle eggs are hatched as part of the Southern Bald Eagle Restoration Program. This particular egg developed a small hole during incubation that workers mended with a special adhesive so that the chick could continue to develop and hatch.

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At the Sutton Avian Research Center, bald eagle eggs are hatched as part of the Southern Bald Eagle Restoration Program. This particular egg developed a small hole during incubation that workers mended with a special adhesive so that the chick could continue to develop and hatch.

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At the Sutton Avian Research Center, bald eagle eggs are hatched as part of the Southern Bald Eagle Restoration Program. This particular egg developed a small hole during incubation that workers mended with a special adhesive so that the chick could continue to develop.

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At the Sutton Avian Research Center, bald eagle eggs are hatched as part of the Southern Bald Eagle Restoration Program. This particular egg developed a small hole during incubation that workers mended with a special adhesive so that the chick could continue to develop.

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A bald eagle at Lake McConaughy near Ogallala, Nebraska.

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At the Sutton Avian Research Center, bald eagle eggs are hatched as part of the Southern Bald Eagle Restoration Program.

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A Bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) flying in Larson Bay, ALaska.

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Bald eagle in Clayoquot Sound (Vancouver Island), British Columbia, Canada.

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A bald eagle fishes at Lake McConaughy near Ogallala, Nebraska.

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Biologists at the Sutton Avian Research Center’s Southern bald eagle recovery program wear camouflage ghost costumes around the young eagles. This keeps the birds from imprintingon humans.

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Bald eagle at Lake Manawa, IA (along the Missouri River.)

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Bald eagle at Lake Manawa, IA (along the Missouri River.)

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Bald eagle at Lake Manawa, IA (along the Missouri River.)

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Bald eagle at Lake Manawa, IA (along the Missouri River.)

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Bald eagles feed on fish stunned by the turbines in Ogallala, Nebraska’s Kingsley Dam.

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Bald eagles feed on fish stunned by the turbines in Ogallala, Nebraska’s Kingsley Dam.

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A bald eagle chick at the Sutton Avian Research Center in Oklahoma.

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