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Letter to the Editor
Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014, 8:55 p.m.
 

Thanks to the Valley News Dispatch for the wrap-up article on the Pittsburgh eagle nest (“Eagles' webcam closes wings,” Aug. 20).

I truly hope the eagle camera will be reinstalled in Hays in 2015. It was so awesome to follow 24/7 the birth and growth of the eaglets and to witness what true maternal and paternal instincts are.

Bravo to the Pennsylvania Game Commission and PixController for doing the eagle cam project.

Jeanine Williamson

Bear Creek Township, Luzerne County

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