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Eagle viewing tours and cruises are being offered over the next couple of months at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.

Dr. Steve White joined Murray State University in 1981 about the same time as the local TVA hacking program was underway. Captive-born eaglets were released into the wild without human contact to repopulate the region whose habitat is preferred by eagles. Eagles stay where they learn to fly and today the resident population is stable and thriving. Dr. White gives the historical perspective.

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An orphaned eaglet found in Land Between the Lakes is in Louisville for rehabilitation.