U.S. Bald Eagle Numbers Are Way Up, But What About Illinois?
Obviously, quite a few things have changed in America since 1963. One of the more notable changes has been the population of bald eagles, which, after 58 years, has risen from 417 nesting pairs to an astounding 71,400, according to a new report from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS).
Is Darth Vader Watching Over the Rock River?
I came across a picture on a friend's Facebook page this morning, and it made me laugh. Not that the circumstances surrounding the renovation of the Chief Black Hawk statue in Oregon are funny, but just that the attempts to protect him have him looking like he's living life on the Dark Sid…

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