Editor's Notebook

 

As this reporter and his wife were leaving for work Saturday morning, Rita noticed a large bird sitting in a tree east of the Windstream telephone building.

We stopped to scrutinize the bird. It's body appeared to be shaped much like that of an eagle. But eagles rarely enter into town. They are more often found near the river but with their numbers on the upswing, we wondered if it could possibly be an eagle.

Eagles are birds of prey. They often follow the snow geese and feed on unlucky geese. The cell phone tower located near the west edge of the phone company property was providing a r...



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