- Missing Bald Eagle found in tree. Alaska escaped from the Eagle Heights Bird of Prey Centre in Eynsford, Kent, UK during an exhibition.
- Army Corps of Engineers hunting Red Foxes on Craney Island in Virginia. There's been a dramatic population increase and they're wreaking havoc on the waterfowl. A group of foxes can wipe out 40 to 50 nests in one night.
- The Whipstock Hill Preservation Society wins petition approval to protect 80 acres of wetlands near Vermont's state airport.
- Final Environmental Impact Statement for Wisconsin's Forward Wind Energy Center concludes that the impact on birds may be worse than originally thought.
- US Fish and Wildlife Service proposing changes to the use of the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge in an attempt to protect the habitat and wildlife.
- Two Peregrine Falcons hatch at the State Capitol building in Lincoln, Nebraska. They're the first to hatch since officials began trying to get the species to nest there 14 years ago. The nest is only the second known active peregrine nest in the state's history. Check out their webcam.
- Boca Grande, Florida resident recounts her experience of saving an injured Osprey.
- Peregrine Falcons nesting atop in South Bend Indiana hatch three females. The nest box has been in place since 1993.
- Falcon Release Programme sees the release of 39 Saker and 47 Peregrine Falcons in the United Arab Emirates.
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