Channel Islands expecting the birth of 100th bald eagle

Bald eagle chick
The 100th bald eagle is expected to naturally hatch and fledge on the California Channel Islands this spring following efforts to reestablish the birds after their disappearance from the islands by 1960.
The first bald eagle to hatch unaided by humans in more than 50 years on the Channel Islands occurred in March 2006 on Santa Cruz Island. Since then bald eagle recovery has been steady.
Today, there are about 50 bald eagles living on the Channel Islands as a result of multi-agen...

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