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Bald Eagle Shot Dead in Kansas; Authorities Seek Killer
Kansas wildlife officials are searching for the killers of a bald eagle that was found shot to death on February 4 at Marion Reservoir north of Wichita...
Bird Conservancy Sues Feds Over Wind Turbine Eagle-Killing Permits
The American Bird Conservancy (ABC) is suing the U.S. government to try to stop the killing of eagles in wind turbines...
Pueblo's Rules Take a Back Seat in Bald Eagle Case
Martin Aguilar, of Kewa Pueblo, New Mexico, found himself in federal appeals court in Denver May 17 trying unsuccessfully to describe an alleged misunderstanding over the killing o...
Justice Department Issues Policy on Tribal Use of Eagle Feathers and Parts
Just ahead of Native American Heritage Month , the U.S...
Artwork With Eagle Can't Be Sold; Can It Be Taxed?
Many Natives are familiar with the complexities surrounding possession of bald eagles -- it's bound to be a delicate situation when an animal is simultaneously sacred to tribes, a ...
Eagle Possession Questions Remain
As federal agencies ponder the shortcomings of current eagle policies, tribal members wonder whether more Natives will be able to apply for feathers or parts, whether several-year ...
Eagles Remain in Indian Hands
The possession and ceremonial use of eagle feathers will remain in the hands of Indians from federally recognized tribes under a ruling handed down March 29 by the U.S...