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eaglet

a young eagle
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But the state Environmental Police warn people to stay away from the nest to give the eaglet the chance to grow undisturbed.
Additionally, eaglets can respond to frightening situations by trying to fledge the nest prematurely, and sometimes die as a result.
KARACHI -- ,,, Left arm spinner Amir Hamza Hotak captured four wickets as Afghanistan beat Liaquatabad Eaglets and Nazeer Hussain Combined XI by seven wickets in a practice game at the Arabia Sea Country Club Cricket Ground on Saturday.
Swedberg's team brought back a total of 42 eaglets during the eight-year stocking program.
Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, Washington, and Wisconsin sent eaglets to Arkansas, California, and Massachusetts.
Mr Sexton believes the nest may have slipped overnight causing the eaglets to crash to their deaths.
Eventually, as breeding pairs formed, biologists began fostering in eaglets hatched at the San Francisco Zoo.
IAL made short work of experienced Eaglets winning by huge margin of 123 runs.
Games commencing at 10am will take place on courts A and B where the Junior Green Archers take on the Blue Eaglets, while the Green Archers face the Blue Eagles.
Though the Nigerian team failed to qualify for the African Youth Championship in Algeria next year, where the continent's representatives will emerge, hosting the competition will automatically qualify the Golden Eaglets for the tournament.
During the entirety of the 2002-2007 monitored construction period, a total of 19 eaglets hatched and 14 eaglets successfully fledged.
Last month RSPB officer Claire Smith helped bring in a new batch of 16 eaglets from Norway.