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Stillaguamish Tribe adds $10K to reward for eagle shootings

The Stillaguamish Tribe of Washington is adding $10,000 to a reward for information about the shootings of four bald eagles.

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife found the dead eagles on January 9. They appear to have been shot with a small-caliber rifle, The Arlington Times reported.

"We're committed to protecting not only an aspect of our culture, but also a vital part of our natural resources," Chairman Shawn Yanity told the paper.

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Stillaguamish Tribe adds $10,000 to reward for info on eagle shootings (The Arlington Times 1/18)