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Bald eagle numbers soar to new heights in Wisconsin
by Kelly McCarthy
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7 February 2020
On 7 February 2020 ABC News reported:
The bald eagle population in Wisconsin has made a huge comeback in the last 45 years. 'The success of bald eagles in Wisconsin is a comeback story fueled by the national ban on the pesticide DDT, added protections under state and federal endangered species laws, river cleanups under the Clean Water Act, and public support of nest monitoring and protection efforts,' [a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources] Facebook post said.
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