Bald Eagles In Grand Canyon Near Extinction

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(Phoenix, AZ)  --  A new report says bald eagles are on the brink of extinction in the Grand Canyon.  Experts from the Audubon Society and National Park Service say climate change is to blame.  While the eagles were removed from the endangered species list in 2007, scientists now say the bald eagle population is declining.  The study shows up to 50 percent of birds are highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change.


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