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Our Eagles

The Bald Eagle has made a remarkable comeback in NC since 1983 when not a single one of these great birds called North Carolina home. As of early 2015 there were close to 200 nesting places across the state with actual numbers of Bald Eagles growing even more.

For many years since the birth of our country the Bald Eagle was a prized hunting trophy. Due largely to the use of the pesticide DDT Bald Eagles were all but extinct in North America by the early 1970's and were placed on the endangered species list in 1978. Twenty years later in 2007 they were removed from this list and several have called Sedgefield Lakes home.

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