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  • challenge question #4

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    Wed, 19 Mar 1997 11:59:09 -0500

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    My name is Amanda Walker and I am from Lock Haven High School. I have
    researched very hard and I think I have come up with the answer to
    challenge question #4. I think so many eagles pass through Trempealeau,
    Wisconsin because of the Mississippi River. The Mississipp could
    provide all the eagles that come there with lots of different kinds of
    food, such as fish, small mammals, and possibly ducks that have been
    wounded during the hunting season. Another reason could be the warmer
    temperatures. One more reason could be because of the Trempealeau
    National Wildlife Refuge. This could be a safe resting place for the
    eagles. These are the only answers I could come up with.

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