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Making a Comeback

Nature experts hosted "Making A Come Back" on Saturday in Terre Haute. The event spoke about many animals native to the Valley, like the bald eagle, bob cat and river otter.
Many animals call the Wabash Valley home, and some are returning to the area after years of being on the endangered list.

Nature experts hosted "Making A Come Back" on Saturday in Terre Haute.
   
The event spoke about many animals native to the Valley, like the bald eagle, bob cat and river otter.
   
Officials say it's thanks to habitat restoration that these species can return the area, but there's still a lot of work to be done.

"Just diversity, diversity makes our world a healthier place, any that are habitats are healthier. That is in all of our animals are doing well, there are still plenty on the endangered species list that need help, but it is a positive for our environment," said Carissa Lovett, naturalist.

For more information on how you can get involved helping local endangered species click here.

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