July 4th Fireworks Moved to Save Baby Eagles

Washington wildlife officials fear fireworks will cause two baby bald eagles to plunge to the ground
0:47 | 06/29/13

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Our instant index here it is Saturday night started with some ruffled feathers over fourth of July fireworks at Kirkland -- -- Seattle. These two baby bald Eagles too young to fly -- public officials were afraid they'd be startled by the nearby fireworks. Another floating launch -- we've been told. Has been moved to -- this one. Adult bed and breakfast on the Atlantic frying pan tower as it's called it is perched on an old Coast Guard light and weather platform. 25 miles off the coast of North Carolina hundred feet above the ocean surface. We're told 500 bucks -- three days two nights ago so -- -- keeping history alive tonight a small Pennsylvania town some 20000 people -- get -- for this weekend. Reenacting the landmark civil war battle in total more than 200000 people crammed into that town to commemorate the 150 anniversary. Battle days.

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