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19th Annual Eagle Viewing Day

It was the 19th annual Bald Eagle Viewing Day, hosted by Duke Energy power plant in Cayuga. The birds flock to the area every year around this time. Experts say that's largely in part thanks to the warm water that the power plant discharges, attracting more fish for the birds to eat.
Dozens grabbed their binoculars this morning to catch a glimpse of our national bird.

It was the 19th annual Bald Eagle Viewing Day, hosted by Duke Energy power plant in Cayuga.
   
The birds flock to the area every year around this time.
   
Experts say that's largely in part thanks to the  warm water that the power plant discharges, attracting more fish for the birds to eat.
   
Thanks to the hard work of environmentalists even more birds are enjoying the Wabash Valley.

"Fish is a primary source for the bald eagles, so it was very encouraging to start deceiving eagle population return to Indiana. It has continually grown over the years," said Mike Wertz, station manager.

Duke Energy works with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources to help manage and protect endangered species found on company properties statewide.
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