golden eagle

golden eagle

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2 Replies to “golden eagle”

  1. Thought you’d be interested to know that I spotted a golden sitting in a tree off of the PA TPK around mile marker 269 today around 5:30PM. Couldn’t tell if it was banded. It certainly looked like an adult – HUGE!

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