“I was out (Thursday) and Jim was sitting in a tree all by himself. He was obviously looking for his mate,” Weller said. “It’s going to be hard to see Jim go through this trial, looking for his mate that’s not coming home.”
FIRST REPORT (Nov. 30)
A bald eagle that nested near Dayton’s Eastwood MetroPark has died.
The bald eagle, Cindy, was carrying a wet tree limb when it hit or landed on a power line, according to MetroParks officials. The eagle was electrocuted and died instantly.
Cindy, along with a male bald eagle named Jim were nesting near Eastwood MetroPark. Boonshoft set up an EagleCam project for people to track the eagles.
The Raptor Center at Glen Helen picked up the eagle.
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