A bald eagle perches on a driftwood limb on the shore of Kachemak Bay, Alaska. There was a nice article in our paper today about a man here in Marin County who collects all things relating to the bald eagle. … Continue reading
Today is the fourth anniversary of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s announcement that the bald eagle had recovered and would be removed from the list of Threatened and Endangered Species. It had been listed since 1967, first as an … Continue reading
After I posted the photo of the three eagles on September 11 I thought of another photo I took a couple of years ago. To me, it epitomizes what a bald eagle should look like as our Nation’s symbol. I’m … Continue reading
Today is the third anniversary of the removal of the Bald Eagle from the Endangered Species List. This is one of the greatest success stories under the Endangered Species Act. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work out this way.