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Bradley Junction, Florida / Bald Eagles #124863

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 20, 1990
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Bradley Junction, Florida: Linda Pattillo) Controversy over pair of bald eagles in Bradley Junction, Florida, featured; scenes shown from site where hazardous waste treatment plant is planned and where birds have set up nest. [Local resident Jan PRIVETT - says it is a miracle that birds chose that tree.] Protection of birds due to endangered species act explained. [Florida game and freshwater fish commission Paul SCHULTZ - talks about the bald eagle protection act.] Promotional video for waste plant shown. [Florida First Processing, Incorporated, Ted LEIGH - hopes things can be worked out.] Issue noted symbolic of conflict between developers and endangered environment in state of Florida. [Florida Audubon Society Resee COLLINS - defends bald eagles.]

Reporter(s):
Pattillo, Linda;
Simpson, Carole
Duration:
00:03:10

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