Bald eagles enjoy a day at the beach

For the past decade, volunteers at the National Eagle Center have been treating the birds to "Beach Day." The trip to the Mississippi River has become a weekly summertime tradition in Wabasha.
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For the past decade, volunteers at the National Eagle Center have been treating the birds to "Beach Day." The trip to the Mississippi River has become a weekly summertime tradition in Wabasha.

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