- Homer, Alaska sees Bald Eagles as pests. Jean Keene, the "Eagle Lady", enjoys feeding them, but others believe in natural ecosystems and think feeding should be made illegal.
- Endangered Reeve's Pheasant (Syrmaticus reevesi) attacking villagers in Bishopstone, UK. The locals call him "Prezza".
- Malta hunters defy the law and shoot flocks of protected birds seeking refuge after long migration from Africa. Among the list: Marsh Harrier, Pallid Harrier, Lesser Kestrel, Black-Winged Stilt, Song Thrush, Night Heron, and Squacco Heron. There's only about 24 policemen for the 12,000 hunters.
- Volunteers sought to help protect the struggling Piping Plover in Delaware. It's on the state's endangered list.
- Two Peregrine Falcons in Mt. Clemens, Michigan could be the first recorded mating pair in the county.
- Ducks Unlimited pledges $10 million in the next 10 years to restore 81,000 acres of wetland habitat.
- Two government Coastcare workers in South Africa suspended after being accused of beating African Fish Eagle to death.
- Georgia services working to establish and protect the habitat of the endangered Red-cockaded Woodpecker (Picoides borealis).
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