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Birds of Kentucky: The Sano Eagle

2013-04-01 - Hwy 1729, Columbia, KY - Photo by Kevin Grider.
Kevin Grider
, who lives on Grider Road, writes, "Thought the Readers of Columbia Magazine would enjoy a Rare Sight of the Birds of Kentucky. Saturday Evening (March 30, 2013) I got to enjoy the sight of this Rare Bald Eagle eating its dinner in a field near my house in the Sano area of Adair Co. Near Free Union Separate Baptist Church on Hwy 1729 . I know several people got to see the Bald Eagle as I did. Traffic from vehicles didn't seem to bother the bird as people stopped in the road to get a look. I hope everyone enjoys the Pictures."

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