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Bald and Golden Eagles of the Chesapeake Bay, USA

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Albany (Bald Eagle) is 76 km from Albany

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Species: Bald Eagle
Life Stage: Juvenile
Gender: Male
Release Date: 2008-01-25 00:00:00
Release Location: Harford County, Maryland USA
Last Location: 2018-03-20 20:27:51

Adoptive Parents:
Lucas Wetch
Joan Stanton
Kenneth E. Thompson
Nathaniel Robert Ritter
Sean Kelly
Cathie and Jack Thomas
Allen Kurtz
Bill and Tim
John Redmond
Clayton Major
Savannah Skipper
Bernadette Bianco
Christopher S. Link
Linda Meyers
Will Nyhan
John F McKenna
Joshua Turney
Forrest Long
Gregory Pellerin
Terri Girtain
Kate Stainton
George T. Neble
Colin Barker
Gabriel B. McColister
Vandewater Capital Holdings
Jeane Kouri
Colton Schesser
Tim Ryan
Louisa Garrett
Barbara A. Geach

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This bald eagle is a winter visitor to the Chesapeake Bay. It was banded as a nestling by the NY Department of Environmental Conservation in 2007. In November, this eagle flies to the Bay to hunt wintering waterfowl along the many tributaries of the Bay. We captured this eagle using a rocket net baited with a road killed deer. After fitting the eagle with a solar powered GPS transmitter, we released it on the shoreline of the Bay.

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