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    Author(s): Todd Katzner; Tricia Miller; Scott Stoleson
    Date: 2014
    Source: The Wildlife Professional. 8(3): 28-31.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    Description

    In a patch of sky above Pennsylvania, a golden eagle moves languidly, never flapping but passing quickly as it cruises southward on a cushion of air. It is migrating to its wintering grounds after a season of breeding in Quebec. As part of a team studying eagles on a daily basis—a project supported by the U.S. Forest Service (USFS), West Virginia University, and other partners—we never tire of watching these iconic birds soar. The fall migration is especially notable here in the central Appalachians, where golden eagles often migrate at low altitudes, close to those of us who watch them from atop the region's long linear ridges.

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    Citation

    Katzner, Todd; Miller, Tricia; Stoleson, Scott. 2014. Quest for safer skies: Modeling golden eagles and wind energy to reduce turbine risk. The Wildlife Professional. 8(3): 28-31.

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