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Bald Eagle Nest at the Woodlands, Texas Makes the News
Southwest Region, March 15, 2005
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Edith Erfling and Fred Le Blanc with The Woodlands Operating Company met onsite with a crew from KPRC, the local NBC affiliate, to film a general information piece about the bald eagle pair nesting adjacent to ongoing development within The Woodlands, Texas. The piece, which showed both adults, their fledged young, the nest and nearby construction activity, aired twice during the March 16 local early news show. The bald eagles first nested along Lake Woodlands in 1999 and have successfully fledged 8 young since that time. The Service worked closely with The Woodlands Operating Company in the development of a Habitat Conservation Plan for the original nest site and, recently, to amend the plan when the pair of eagles built another nest next to the active construction area.

Contact Info: Martin Valdez, 505-248-6599, martin_valdez@fws.gov



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