posted on Feb, 25 2011 @ 02:01 AM
"... the bald-eagle count on the Chehalis River drop from more than 7,000 to fewer than 400 over a few days..."
Well, certainly not good news. They say the reason for the eagles trouble is the lack of salmon that usually run through this part of the pacific
Many Birds are unable to cope with the loss, and are showing signs of fatigue, starvation, and in many cases, death.
Now, thousands of eagles did not die, if my understanding is correct, just relocated, and little natural selection due to adverse conditions, but my
Where did all the salmon go?
this site says that through logging etc, silt, and erosion are to blame...these reports are from the 80's and 90's
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