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Raptor biologists discuss rare bald eagle sighting in Maine
By Aislinn Sarnacki
Two bald eagles altered their hunting tactics and seemingly worked together to outsmart sea ducks in a recent story submitted by a BDN reader, Kate Chaplin of Northeast Harbor, for the “Strange Stories in the Maine Wilderness” series. The story got me thinking. Just how intelligent are bald eagles?
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