BirdNote: Eagle

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A stiff December breeze blowing down the Columbia River delivers an
exhilarating chill.

A stretch of river near Bridgeport, in north-central
Washington, is held tightly by a series of dams, creating massive lakes.

In winter, these lakes harbor thousands of water-birds.

High on an
overlook, a Bald Eagle watches a flock of birds – coots, ducks, and more
– on the water below.

Find out more about how Bald Eagles hunt and eat at the BirdNote website and from the PBS show, Nature.

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