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 Post subject: Re: WILDLIFE CONSERVATION & REHABILITATION ~ 2012-2013
PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2013 9:14 pm 
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Thanks, Gigi, for fixing that link. You cannot even imagine what a great job she has done. She even added an outdoor space where the pelagic pools are and had the window of the existing room changed into a door so she did not have to go around the building to get to the pools. These fledglings become very active at night because they want to get to the ocean. So she must bring them inside each night and put them into covered net-bottomed pens, which she also designed, and are superior to the ones at IBRRC in that they are easy to take apart and clean. I believe she is working on a research paper, which she will submit to NWRA. Because I saw the area where the birds were temporarily kept a few years ago, I can vouch for the difference now.

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 Post subject: Re: WILDLIFE CONSERVATION & REHABILITATION ~ 2012-2013
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beans wrote:
Thanks, Gigi, for fixing that link. You cannot even imagine what a great job she has done. She even added an outdoor space where the pelagic pools are and had the window of the existing room changed into a door so she did not have to go around the building to get to the pools. These fledglings become very active at night because they want to get to the ocean. So she must bring them inside each night and put them into covered net-bottomed pens, which she also designed, and are superior to the ones at IBRRC in that they are easy to take apart and clean. I believe she is working on a research paper, which she will submit to NWRA. Because I saw the area where the birds were temporarily kept a few years ago, I can vouch for the difference now.
Wow! You must be so proud of her. Sounds like she has come a long way in a short amount of time. Keep us posted beans!

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Pennsylvania Bald Eagles: Celebrating 30 Years of Restoration

Published on Nov 24, 2013
Thirty years ago, Pennsylvania had a mere three bald eagle nests remaining statewide. With the help of the Canadian government, several eastern states brought bald eagle chicks back from Saskatchewan to reintroduce bald eagles to the Northeastern United States. Today, Pennsylvania boasts more than 250 nests. This is the journey of their recovery.

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That is indeed good news!

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The video is awesome. Such good news! Thanks KF!

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