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New life each spring: A testament to the struggle to survive

May 7, 2011
By GARRY BRANDENBURG

There are lots of new wildlife critters, feathered or furry kinds, making their way into the spring season. Of course many folks are readily familiar with the Bald Eagle nest and remote camera near Decorah. Those three eaglets are growing fast on a diet of fish, birds, muskrats, snakes or other items brought to the nest by the very busy adult eagles. This remote website camera continues to draw viewers from 117 different countries. Biologists and every common person around the globe can watch and learn what survival entails for eagles near the Mississippi River. It is good for us to know they are doing well.

 
 
 

 

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