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WAMC New York News
Mon August 25, 2003
Massachusetts Becomes Home to Pair of Bald Eagles
By Kelly Wilkinson
Deerfield, MA – Western Massachusetts will become home to two more bald eagles tomorrow when a pair of females are released into the wild. Massachusetts and other New England states have seen their bald eagle numbers increase in the past few decades. Berkshire Bureau Chief Kelly Wilkinson talked with the founder of Massachusetts Bird of Prey Rehabilitation Facility.