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Bald eagle breeding areas in Arizona closing for nesting

In this June 24 photo provided by the Arizona Game and Fish Department, a bald eagle is shown before it was released back into the wild at Horseshoe Reservoir near Phoenix, four months after it had surgery to repair a shattered leg bone. Arizona’s Prescott National Forest says it will close an area known for bald eagle breeding along the Verde River for seven months starting Sunday Dec. 1, 2019. (Arizona Game and Fish Deptartment photo)

In this June 24 photo provided by the Arizona Game and Fish Department, a bald eagle is shown before it was released back into the wild at Horseshoe Reservoir near Phoenix, four months after it had surgery to repair a shattered leg bone. Arizona’s Prescott National Forest says it will close an area known for bald eagle breeding along the Verde River for seven months starting Sunday Dec. 1, 2019. (Arizona Game and Fish Deptartment photo)

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