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Eagle

A gold coin minted in the United States between 1795 and 1933. It was worth $10.
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Even though bald eagles are making a strong return, some scientists aren't sure that these birds should be removed from the endangered species list anytime soon.
Those who prefer to track eagles on their own can call any of the above sites for information on where they are roosting.
Fish and Wildlife biologist John Lewis testified in the Gonzales case that ``it is likely that the current bald eagle population would plummet if Native Americans were given unrestricted access to kill bald eagles for ceremonial use of eagle feathers.
The eagles also have at least one caretaker at all times, usually Dooley.
The species' numbers have steadily increased over the past three decades, so much so that in some areas, such as the Chesapeake Bay region, there are hundreds more eagles today than there were prior to the DDT era," says endangered species law expert Michael Bean of Environmental Defense, which was instrumental in the banning of DDT.
The eaglets would likely come from the San Francisco Zoo's Avian Conservation Center, home to 19 bald eagles, with six breeding pairs.
I've always liked eagles,'' said Dahl, a longtime Pasadena resident who recently moved to Victorville.
He points out that the Bald & Golden Eagle Protection Act of 1940 and Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 will provide some protection for eagles after the delisting, but that neither law has strict provisions for buffering and securing nesting habitat, like the ESA presently does.
The American bald eagle, the living symbol of the nation since 1782, is back from the brink of extinction and can now be removed from the endangered species list, President Clinton said Friday.
The other essay finalist, Max Kortenbach, 10, of Florida, describes the significance of his personal experience seeing hundreds of swooping bald eagles during a trip to Alaska.
To this end, even as the final approvals of the merger are being sought, our merger agreement calls for Eagle Wireless to provide bridge financial assistance to ClearWorks.
Eagle plans to establish and demonstrate the first unit in 1997 at a processing facility in Texas City, Texas.