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San Francisco Chronicle/Peter Fimrite, 4/22/12. "Bald eagle pair may have left nest."
Bird enthusiasts are worried that the first nesting pair of bald eagles seen on the San Francisco Peninsula in nearly a century has pulled up stakes... If an egg were to hatch, it would be the first bald eagle chick in the county since 1916...
Bald eagles were removed from the federal endangered species list in 2007. They now exist in 41 of California's 58 counties, according to state fish and game officials. Read Article.
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