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Wisconsin bald eagle and had a lot of lead in the system, and could not hold his head up high, they say

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A bald eagle was found in Wisconsin, fail to cause toxicity levels of four times to get it to work, to die on Monday, after wildlife experts had been trying to nurse her back to health.

The Northwoods Wildlife Center in Minocqua, Wisc. was found the eagle lying face down, as she did not have the strength to hold her head up high. The centre is trying to help the eagles to three weeks, but she wasn’t strong enough to overcome the lead leeched into the blood.

According to the NWC, bald eagles will scavenge deer carcasses, and fish, and, in particular, are likely ingested prey, which are disposed in the form of bullets, or fishing tackle.

“As a family, we are broken, but the feeling is that this is a teachable moment,” NWC posted it on Facebook. Recommended unters switch to lead-free bullet options in the “pack what you can in the desert, and, in particular, with regard to the fisheries, to have to deal with it.”

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“Only a SINGLE lead split shot is enough to kill with A salary of just over 12 pounds,” the post continued. “Hunting and fishing are an important part of our culture and economy, and although we support these initiatives, we believe that it can be done in a more responsible way.

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