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Wyoming eagles die mysteriously

May 14, 1971

A tragedy involving America's symbol of freedom has struck in central Wyoming. Eleven bald eagles were found dead on the west end of Casper Mountain; five golden eagles were found dead, and another was partially paralyzed and near death.

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Wyoming eagles die mysteriously
A tragedy involving America's symbol of freedom has struck in central Wyoming. Eleven bald eagles were found dead on the west end of Casper Mountain; five golden eagles were found dead, and another was partially paralyzed and near death.

Perspective

The Bolle Statement on clearcutting
Dean of Montana University School of Forestry Arnold Bolle's statement to the Interior Subcommittee about his report, which criticizes Bitterroot National Forest's overriding concern with timber production, its use of uneconomical systems of timber harvesting, and its general disregard for aesthetic and non-timber values.

News

National air quality standards announced
Environmental Protection Agency William Ruckelshaus has announced final publication of national air quality standards for six common classes of pollutants -- sulfur oxides, particulate matter, carbon monoxide, photochemical oxidants, nitrogen oxides and hydrocarbons.