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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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For EDC, the fight to protect Philippine eagles must be waged in both captivity and the wild.
According to PEF dIrector for research and conservation Jayson Ibaaez, protecting these nesting sites is crucial because Philippine Eagles in the wild are loyal to their breeding sites.
The nest determines where the popular Mull Eagle Watch is based for the season - and this year the nest at Craignure, where golf has been played since 1895, hopes to welcome thousands of visitors to the island.
The pair would stay in captivity in the tiny rich state for 10 years, a term that could be extended upon the parties' agreement, Lace Viojan, Philippine Eagle Foundation education officer, said.
News of the eagle's death spread on social media, where some people have volunteered to bring fish to the base of the tree where the eagles are nesting.
Looking to punish Surrey, who sat at the foot of the BBL standings, Eagles guards Eddie Matthew and Rahmon Fletcher starred early on, putting Flournoy's side in control.
Let us remind ourselves that these mighty Philippine Eagles are as Filipino and as Mindanaoan as we are.
Short-toed eagles lay only one egg between April and June.
"Wales is home to large expanses of potentially suitable eagle habitat, but, before we begin reintroducing the species, there are many questions we need to answer about the quality of habitat, and whether it can sustain eagles.
Mongolian President Khaltmaa Battulga on Friday awarded the internationally known eagle huntress Aisholpan Nurgaiv with the Order of the Polar Star, one of the highest state honors in the country, Xinhua reports.
More about eagles. Do you know that a kind of eagle was officially declared the National Emblem of the United States in 1782 by the Second Continental Congress?