CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 20, 1982
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(Studio) Today noted National Bald Eagle Day; celebrations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, shown, discussed.
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Klamath Falls, OR) Efforts to avoid extinction of bald eagle examined; Benjamin Franklin mentioned. [OR Department Fish and Wildlife spokesperson Ralph OPP - anticipates eagle's decline.] AK's eagle population mentioned; DDT's impact on bird recalled. [Naturalist Richard FRANZEL - describes chemicals effect on eagle.] Dave Siddon's rehabilitation center for injured birds noted. [SIDON - comments.]
REPORTER: Harold Dow
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