The American Eagle in Virginia: A Great Conservation Story

Ed Clark, president of the Wildlife Center of Virginia, shows a 3-year-old eagle treated for broken bones and lead poisoning. (Credit: Sandy Hausman)

The Wildlife Center of Virginia recently returned three bald eagles to the wild – the last of them in Grottoes’ Grand Caverns Park. 

The recovery of our national bird could be the best conservation story in Virginia, but there’s one thing we must do to ensure their future, as Sandy Hausman reports.

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