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Shaggy

Kentucky Bald Eagles

A project of Kentucky Dept of Fish & Wildlife.

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Movement of young Bald Eagle, "Shaggy".

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Species: Bald Eagle
Life Stage: Juvenile
Gender: Male
Release Date: 2014-05-13 00:00:00
Release Location: Ballard Wildlife Management Area, Kentucky
Last Location: 2017-05-25 11:37:28

Background

"Shaggy" was one of two chicks (one male and one female) banded in a nest at Ballard WMA in Ballard County, KY. He is named for the tall shagbark hickory tree that his nest was in. He was fitted with a satellite transmitter, attached like a backpack on May 13, 2014 when he was about 50 days old.

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