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Posted Mon Mar 19 2012: from The Oregonian:
It's a comeback story: Bald eagles rebound from near extinction
...Bald eagles are back, baby. They're out on Sauvie Island, around Bend, up at Wallowa Lake and throughout the lower Columbia River. Drive down Interstate 5 in late winter and you may see them in bright green fields along the freeway. Ride your bike along Portland's Springwater Trail and it's common to see a baldie giving a baleful stare from tree or transmission tower. The state wildlife commission took bald eagles off the state endangered species list this month; it was removed from the federal list in 2007.
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