From The Star: Bureau cuts eagle roostin

From The Star: Bureau cuts eagle roosting trees on lake – A 100-year-old cottonwood tree on Banks Lake whose branches attracted as many as 10 eagles at a time is no more, cut down by the Bureau of Reclamation a couple of weeks ago. While Bureau employees said the tree was rotten, the stump, at least five feet across, shows no sign of rot. Several other nearby trees also cut down had rotted in the center. “We would watch the eagles fly from the tree to…

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Editor of The Star newspaper in Grand Coulee, observer of life, history, patterns in things that matter.
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