Casey Mullen, Wildlife Officer, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency holds a dead bald eagle found shot in Cumberland County Tennessee on Feb 18, 2011.  This is the second bald eagle killed in Tennessee in less than a month.  The birds were found 30 miles apart.
Casey Mullen, Wildlife Officer, Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency holds a dead bald eagle found shot in Cumberland County Tennessee on Feb 18, 2011. This is the second bald eagle killed in Tennessee in less than a month. The birds were found 30 miles apart.
published Tuesday, March 8th, 2011
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A second dead bald eagle found in Cumberland County has pushed a reward for information to $17,000 for information leading to a conviction, Tennessee wildlife officials said Tuesday in a news release.

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