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4 May 2020
On 4 May 2020 St. Peter Herald (Minnesota) reported:
Bald eagles apparently didn't get the social distancing memo. They're gathering together in big groups along the Minnesota River and surrounding areas during their annual spring migration. The bald eagles numbers have been climbing for decades. What was once an endangered species seems to now be thriving.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
If, during this pandemic time, people aren't able to get out to see eagles, they may still enjoy the MNDNR Eagle Cam -- a MN-grown wildlife show by the Nongame Wildlife Program and made possible by citizen donations to the Nongame Wildlife Fund.
... Only two states, Florida and Alaska, have greater nesting populations of bald eagles than Minnesota.
According to [Le Sueur naturalists Art and Barb Straub], the Minnesota River in southern Minnesota acts as a 'fly away' point for bald eagles, as they travel between locations.
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