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Bald Eagles Are Tools

8 monthes ago   |   By 10,000 Birds

I remember my first Bald Eagle so vividly. I dragged the guy I had just started seeing on a frosty February morning to an eagle walk at Croton Point Park. We pulled into the parking lot, got out of the car, and before I'd even had a chance to pull my binoculars out of my backpack, an adult eagle soared right over our heads. I swooned, too transfixed to grab my camera, and marveled at the bird's majesty.
Soon enough I caught up with the group, and we made our way to an overlook along the Hudson River. It was a pretty frigid winter that year, and there were ice floes, which is why so many...
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