|Lake country: where eagles, ospreys play|
By Kurt Kruger
THE GOOD news about all of the lakefront building and water quality regulations that Wisconsin has in place today is that we can claim victory in the field of water resources conservation.
Proof of that comes from looking at the 2012 Wisconsin Bald Eagle and Osprey survey from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), which tells an amazing story of successful wildlife management.
Eagles and ospreys rely on clean water and healthy fisheries to survive, as they both consume fish as a major part of their diet. It’s apparent that they are finding both in this part of the North Woods, which harbors the highest concentration of inland lakes found
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