Eagle count continues to soar

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An eagle clutches a kokanee salmon above Lake Coeur d'Alene near Higgens Point on Sunday. Wildlife biologists believe frozen Canadian lakes are the reason for the record eagle turnout on the lake this winter.

The numbers are in from this week’s eagle count at Lake Coeur d’Alene — and they’re even higher than previous record-breaking counts.

Carrie Hugo, wildlife biologist with the Bureau of Land Management, counted 372 eagles on Thursday, up from 314 at the beginning of the month.

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Highway dirt to save Cd’A $1 million

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