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Bald Eagles Still in Danger in Kansas

MANHATTAN, Kan. (KPR) - Bald eagles are increasingly common in Kansas, but some are still dying because of human activity. Wildlife officials say there are around 200 eagle’s nests across the state, up from only a single nest counted in 1989. Man-made reservoirs probably made... Read More.