Report: Golden Eagle’s Flying Path Veers Into Chattooga County

The Rome News-Tribune is reporting that an adult golden eagle’s flight path has tracked into Chattooga County.

The eagle was trapped and fitted with a tracking device last year. It was released and flew north into the Northwest Territories of Canada. However, it has returned to northwest Georgia, according to the article. For more information into the tracking program and how the eagle was first trapped, read here. 

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