A Bald Eagle takes off from his perch in a tree on the shore of Jordan Lake in June 1999.
A Bald Eagle takes off from his perch in a tree on the shore of Jordan Lake in June 1999. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
A Bald Eagle takes off from his perch in a tree on the shore of Jordan Lake in June 1999. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

Bald eagles, still rare, slowly make a comeback

November 12, 2014 08:21 PM

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