NY STATE DEC - Bald eagles are thriving in historic numbers across New York (EMPHASIS ON NEW YORK) and the DEC reports the highest number of nesting pairs, a record-breaking estimated 323 breeding pairs, since the agency undertook a restoration effort in 1976.
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THESE ADDITIONAL 'EAGLE' LINKS AT EVERYTHING CROTON:
--JUNE 20, 2017-AMERICAN
EAGLE DAY http://bit.ly/2tKAKot
--HUFFINGTON POST: WIND ENERGY (NATIONAL) AND EAGLE KILLS http://bit.ly/1qdBgoL
--PHOTOS, EAGLEFEST 2016, courtesy of Croton United: MAYOR GREG SCHMIDT AND DEPUTY MAYOR BOB ANDERSON were
joined by Talon during Teatown’s Hudson River EagleFest at Croton Point Park.
Deputy Mayor Anderson welcomed the estimated 4,000 attendees to the annual
event on behalf of the Village of Croton-on-Hudson. SEE MORE HERE
--PHOTOS, EAGLEFEST 2017, courtesy of Croton United https://www.facebook.com/crotonunited/posts/738976896259344