Canadian Bald Eagles' Deaths Probed

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Canada is investigating the deaths of 40 bald eagles found slaughtered near Vancouver in two separate incidents. The eagles' talons and primary flight feathers were cut off, indicating the birds were probably victims of poaching. Michele Norris talks with Colin Copland, a conservation officer with the Conservation Officers Service in British Columbia, Canada.



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