Bald eagles make a comeback

Russell, Hilary
April 2009
Illinois Issues;Apr2009, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p12
The article provides information on a five-year study of endangered and threatened species in Illinois. Conducted by the Illinois Endangered Species Board, the study attempts to investigate whether certain species are endangered or threatened with extinction. In this study, bald eagle has been removed from the list and several species of plants were also taken off the list.


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