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02/27/2014

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R. Gregory Stein

Thanks for the great news that our community in Sylvania is host to a couple of love birds, very big love birds. I will keep an eye out for our Sylvania eagles now that I know they are nesting here.

Robbie Bond

I have been watching them also. Yes they are certainly in their glory. I see them every day. They were sitting together yesterday and did not get a very good picture of them. but I am still bragging about them.

MARY TRESSLER

I AM SO HAPPY TO KNOW THAT THE BIRDS CAME HERE. I HAVE WATCHED THE ONE'S IN IOWA SOMETIME NIGHT AND DAY.I HOPE WE CAN GET A CAMERA TO GET A GOOD PICTURE OF THEM. THANKS FOR SHAREING. MARY TRESSLER,SYLVANIA TWP.

Terry Teufel

We saw one of the eagles this morning eating a big fish on the bank of Ottawa river/10 mile creek behind our house on Corey . I saw him or her 2 other times this winter.

The interesting thing was that the bird seemed to have the fish 'stored' against a log in the river. He returned to the fish twice after surveying the area from a couple of trees. When he flew off he had only eaten a small amount of the fish and left it behind when he headed south flying low along the river

Dave

I spotted an adult male bald eagle on the east side of the road while driving south on Centennial between Brint and Sylvania on 6/25/14. He was high in bare tree about facing north. Amazing!

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Natalie Trusso Cafarello is a reporter for The Blade newspaper in Toledo, Ohio, reporting on the news and happenings in Sylvania, Ohio.

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