Restoring American Bald Eagle to upper Cumberland region a tall tale
A young American Bald Eagle takes flight for the first time Sept. 12, 1988 from a hacking tower on the shoreline of Dale Hollow Lake. The hope was the bird would return in four to five years within a 100-mile radius of the hacking tower when sexually mature to reproduce and nest all year around.

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Photo by: Courtesy Asset |  VIRIN: 880912-A-CE999-009.JPG