More Deer Hunting Means More Lead Poisoning In Eagles, Raptor Center SaysMore Minnesotans went deer hunting than previous years, which means more eagles had access to deer remains left behind.
Minnesota Raptor Center Treats 1,000th Bird This YearIt's not a milestone they're necessarily celebrating; that means more injured birds have been brought into the center this year than ever before.
Deputies Rescue Sick Eagle, Urge Hunters Not To Use Lead AmmoA sheriff’s department in south central Minnesota says its deputies helped rescued a downed eagle over the weekend.
Parent Returns To Baby Eagle's SideThe eagle has re-landed! Around 7 p.m. on Monday, one of the adult eagles who were caring for its trapped eaglet returned to its nest at the Minnesota Raptor Center.