Saving the Eagle's Nest at Tualatin River NWR
At Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge near Portland, OR, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and community partners, including Portland General Electric, Halstead’s Arboriculture, and Oregon Eagle Foundation, have saved the nest of a resident pair of bald eagles.
This past year marked the first time bald eagles nested in an area visible to refuge visitors. During the 2013 spring and summer nesting season, the pair successfully raised one eaglet to fledgling. The nest was established on top of a dying oak tree in danger of falling over. The Service reached out to the community for help to save the nest.

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