Bald Eagles Nesting at Lake Chabot

Local bald eagles at Lake Chabot have successfully fledged a new eaglet, part of the continuing success story of our National symbol.

Flying proudly over our largest local lake, and with our nation's birthday just past, a pair of young bald eagles has fledged a new eaglet into our skies.  Hatched on Earth Day and fledged near the 4th of July, the eaglet is part of the continuing success story of a species brought back from the verge of extinction.  For more of the story, follow this link to my KQED QUEST blog.

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LegalEagle July 12, 2012 at 09:18 PM
very cool!
virgo July 12, 2012 at 11:03 PM
that's awesome!


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