Bird enthusiasts look for eagles in eastern Connecticut
6 days ago - By The Seattle Times
HARTFORD, Conn. - Bird enthusiasts have traversed eastern Connecticut looking for eagles. The Norwich Bulletin reports the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection counts eagles across the state annually. A nonprofit, The Last Green Valley, is responsible for counting in the northeast region of the state. Volunteers fanned out along hotspot areas near rivers...
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