Boise State raptor biologist Marc Bechard (orange shirt, lower left), with graduate students and a U.S. Geological Survey team, attach radio transmitters to an eagle nestling above the Snake River plain.
Boise State raptor biologist Marc Bechard (orange shirt, lower left), with graduate students and a U.S. Geological Survey team, attach radio transmitters to an eagle nestling above the Snake River plain. JOHN KELLY Boise State University
Boise State raptor biologist Marc Bechard (orange shirt, lower left), with graduate students and a U.S. Geological Survey team, attach radio transmitters to an eagle nestling above the Snake River plain. JOHN KELLY Boise State University

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