Skip to comments.Bald eagle to be removed from endangered list
Posted on 06/28/2007 8:24:01 AM PDT by SubGeniusX
The bald eagle, America's national symbol since 1782, is expected to be removed from the federal list of the most threatened animals today in what many are calling the greatest conservation success story in U.S. history. U.S. Secretary of the Interior Dirk Kempthorne has scheduled a news conference about the eagles' status for this morning at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington.
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tastes like chicken ...
I thought it tasted more like Spotted Owl.
Only gamier, nothing a little BBQ sauce won’t fix.
Goes great with a side of snail darter!
I think the California Condor has a nicer taste, plus there’s more meat on it.
I’m also a big fan of Baby Seal Jerky (Teriyaki)
10,000 breeding pairs in America today.
I saw one a couple days ago, the crows were not happy. I luv to watch their dogfights!
But will this make the National Eagle Repository obsolete?
So, until further notice, if you kill and eat your bald eagle, be sure to send all your scraps to the address at the above link.
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