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OSP seeks public assistance in the killing of three bald eagles near Tangent

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OSP seeks public assistance in the killing of three bald eagles near Tangent

On March 16, an Oregon State Police Fish and Wildlife Division trooper responded to a complaint of three deceased bald eagles in the area of Tangent just south of Albany.
A trooper responded and identified gunshot wounds on each eagle. The eagles were taken to a veterinarian at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife for examination. Evidence of dense metal was identified through x-rays in each of the eagles.
No suspects have been . . .

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