Golden Eagles Chicks Found In The Santa Monica Mountains — The First In 30 Years
The National Park Service announced today
that two golden eagle chicks were found in a nest in the Santa Monica
Mountains. The male and female chick were the first found in the Santa
Monica Mountains since the late 1980s. The 12 week old eaglets have been
banded so they may be further studied by the NPS biologists. For more photos and the
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