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Flying high

Moreau Park has bald eagle sightings

Gary Hill, naturalist for Moreau Lake State Park, searches the banks of the Hudson River for a bald eagle last January.
Photographer: Sue Pierce/For The Daily Gazette
Gary Hill, naturalist for Moreau Lake State Park, searches the banks of the Hudson River for a bald eagle last January.
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Even Ben Franklin, who preferred the turkey over the bald eagle as America’s national symbol, would be impressed with what the big bird of prey has done lately. Gary Hill certainly is. “Back in the 1970s, you wouldn’t see any around here,” said Hill, the park naturalist at Moreau Lake State Park in the town of Moreau in northern Saratoga County. “But they’re an amazing bird, and they’ve come back.” Hill has been interested in ...

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