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Golden Eagle Survey
La CROSSE, WI (AP) -- A January survey of the golden eagle population in northeast Iowa and surrounding areas of Minnesota and Wisconsin found 112 birds.
The one day survey, conducted by the National Eagle Center, also found an alarming statistic, that only 19 of the birds to be juveniles.
Altogether, 171 people observed the birds covering 4,600 miles. They also surveyed the bald eagle and red-tail hawk populations in the area.
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