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Bald eagle  (Photo: Lou Buscher)
Bald eagle (Photo: Lou Buscher)

NY's bald eagle population soaring

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Environmental officials say New York's bald eagle population may be at its highest level since restoration work began more than 30 years ago. The DEC has conducted annual eagle surveys since 1979. Blanche Town, a DEC biologist based in Potsdam, is part of a team that conducts an aerial survey of the St. Lawrence River. She told Todd Moe that 101 bald eagles were counted on the river this year.

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