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Life In An Alaskan Town Overrun With Bald Eagles Looks Patriotically Nightmarish

At the top of every Alaska-bound tourist's wish list is the chance to see a bald eagle in the wild. But as the latest mini-doc from CNN's Great Big Story reveals, to the residents of a small Alaskan town called Unalaska, the birds are as plentiful, and as much a pest, as pigeons are in New York. More »      
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