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Bald and Golden Eagles of the Chesapeake Bay, USA

A project of The Center for Conservation Biology.

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Grace (Bald Eagle) is 7 km S off the coast of United States and 112 km from Roanoke Rapids

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Species: Bald Eagle
Life Stage: Juvenile
Gender: Female
Release Date: 2014-05-20 23:00:00
Release Location: Virginia Beach, Virginia USA
Last Location: 2017-10-17 11:43:21

Adoptive Parents:
William Stoehr
Donna E
Cary Lynch
Christina L Murphy
Jim Yanello
Lynn Marie Suits
Marjie Sanders
Monroe Nash
Mr and Mrs Edwin Nettleton
Mrs. McRay's 3rd grade class, Pioneer Elem. OK
Tara & Ms P Hankins
Julie Rose
Brian Enos
Marie Hildebrand
Simona Mason
Sally McGrath
Alissa Paul
Patricia Behnken
Olivia Minici
Martha Sachs


Grace the bald eagle fledged her nest with her two siblings in June 2014. We expect her to explore the Chesapeake Bay and northern North Carolina like previously tracked eagles from this region of Virginia. The eagle Saw Pen is also from this nest but hatched in 2012.

The name Grace was chosen by the public in honor of Grace Sherwood for whom the local name Witchduck refers to in Virginia Beach. The eagle nest is near Witchduck Road

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