- Bald Eagle rehabilitation program on Santa Catalina Island, California in jeopardy of losing its funding. The program has resulted in the successful release of 89 bald eagles on the island since its inception in 1982.
- Hill Mynahs in the Himalayan region facing extinction due to illegal trading.
- The Nature Conservancy planning largest conservation efforts in Michigan's history. They need $10 million more to reach their goal of $78 million by the end of 2006.
- Project Bird Watch joins Indonesian Network of Wild Animal Rescue Centers. It's the only affiliated organization from outside Indonesia to participate in the efforts to save Indonesian wildlife. They'll be in charge of rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing Indonesian birds including cockatoos, Eclectus, lories and lorikeets, King parrots, Great-billed parrots, and cassowaries.
- Atlanta, Georgia power company and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation award seven new grants to conservation organizations and natural resource agencies. There has been an on-the-ground conservation impact of $4.68 million since the partnership began.
- $1,000 reward offered for information on February's fatal shooting of a bald eagle in Miami County, Kansas.
- Bald Eagles found poisoned by barbiturates in Western Canada. Officials fear some cases caused by waste from illegal drug labs.
- Despite loud booms of Army weapons testing, Bald Eagles making strong comeback at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland.
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