Eagles again in need of protection
Scientists say Virginia and other states around the Chesapeake Bay may once have been home to 3,000 breeding pairs of bald eagles, nourished by a rich supply of fish.
Their numbers fell dramatically, rebounded and could now be in danger again, as Sandy Hausman reports.
Wildlife Center of Virginia
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