Thursday, April 10, 2008
Florida Bald Eagle taken off endangered species list
WWSB ABC 7 reports that the Florida Bald Eagle has been removed from the endangered species list by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission.
The eagles are recovering in Florida with 1,100 active nests counted last year after a low of 88 nests counted in 1973. Monitoring and development restrictions remain in place even after the delisting.
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