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News Flash--Eagle #F42 Takes Off for Her Nest!
March 30, 1998

Dear Students,
Eagle #F42 has boogied!!!!! She appears to be in south-west NH with this record (3/27). Next data should confirm.

  • What was the weather like on 3/26 and 3/27??
  • What bearing might she be headed on??
  • How long do you think she'll stay at each spot along the migration route??

Latest Migration Data
Eagle #F42



-73.876 W



-72.167 W

Watch for a full update next Monday, April 6th.
Until then,

Eagle Eye Nye
New York State Dept. Environmental Conservation
Wildlife Diversity Team, Endangered Species Unit
Delmar, NY

Weather Along the Way
What was the weather like during the days of travel? We put Peter Nye's question to our bird-brained (a compliment, of course!) meteorologist, Glen Schuster. Here's his blow-by-blow analysis of the winds and weather:

The Next Bald Eagle Migration Update will Be Posted on April 6, 1998.

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