Eagles in Fairfax

10148566H6672668.JPG Edward Clark of the Wildlife Center of Virginia releases a rehabilitated bald eagle back into the wild at the Mason Neck State Park. (Linda Davidson)

Last week the bald eagle was removed from the list of endangered species and one needn't look far to see why. According to the Fairfax Extra, Between 20 and 40 of the birds are thriving on the Mason Neck peninsula.

By Focus on Fairfax |  July 12, 2007; 1:33 PM ET  | Category:  Animals
Previous: 11 Recovering from Fourth's Vienna Fireworks Mishap | Next: In Search of Volunteers to Keep History Alive


© 2010 The Washington Post Company