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Baby eagles doing well amid flurry of Gilboa Dam work

Peg DiBenedetto, a land steward for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, sights in a spotting scope to check on the status of eagles born this spring overlooking the Gilboa Dam reconstruction project in Gilboa.
Peg DiBenedetto, a land steward for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, sights in a spotting scope to check on the status of eagles born this spring overlooking the Gilboa Dam reconstruction project in Gilboa.
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Massive construction rigs rumbled back and forth at the site of the Gilboa Dam reconstruction project Wednesday while a constant hum of machinery filled the air. More than 100 feet above the noise, a young eagle hatched this spring preened inside a nest that’s been the focus of attention and caution for about two years now. For some, it might be just a bird. But for Peg DeBenedetto, the sight is a triumph. The baby ...

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