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    Restoring American Bald Eagle to upper Cumberland region a tall tale [Image 1 of 9]

    Restoring American Bald Eagle to upper Cumberland region a tall tale

    NASHVILLE, TN, UNITED STATES

    12.08.2014

    Photo by Leon Roberts 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville District

    Patty Coffey, deputy chief of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Operations Division, holds a photo in her office Dec. 8, 2014, of her hydrating a young American Bald Eagle at Dale Hollow Lake July 27, 1989, as part of the Eagle Restoration Project. Coffey, a wildlife biologist, served as the project manager for the program that transported 18 eaglets in July 1989 from Wisconsin and Alaska to Tennessee to reestablish the American Bald Eagle to the upper Cumberland region. Twelve eaglets were bound for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency to place at Chickamauga Lake, although one died during the trip and six were resettled at Dale Hollow Lake. A total of 44 eaglets were resettled at Dale Hollow Lake between 1987 and 1991. (USACE photo by Leon Roberts)

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    Date Taken: 12.08.2014
    Date Posted: 12.22.2014 18:25
    Photo ID: 1707732
    VIRIN: 141208-A-EO110-001
    Resolution: 4288x2848
    Size: 5.06 MB
    Location: NASHVILLE, TN, US 

    Web Views: 20
    Downloads: 4

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