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A Pair of Eaglets Are Learning to Fly by the Great Salt Lake

A Pair of Eaglets Are Learning to Fly by the Great Salt Lake



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(KSL News) A pair of baby bald eagles are earning their wings off the shore of the Great Salt Lake.

Even though the two eaglets didn't take to the skies with our cameras watching, the Division of Wildlife Resources says they have made several successful flights. Their parents are back and have been nesting not far from the southeastern shore of the lake for 11 years. The bald eagle couple have successfully raised 30 eaglets.

A Pair of Eaglets Are Learning to Fly by the Great Salt Lake

If you want to catch a glimpse of the babies yourself, follow the link on our Web site.

The DWR is organizing a Watchable Wildlife Eaglet trips for Thursday, June 21 and Saturday, June 23. Anyone interested is invided to meet Bob Walters at 1594 West North Temple at 6 p.m.

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