Bald Eagles Gather Along Onondaga Lake for Winter

 
Bald Eagles Gather Along Syracuse's Onondaga Lake For Winter
 
Wednesday, January 28, 2009
SEAN KIRST
POST-STANDARD COLUMNIST
Kristen Pechacek and her husband were driving Sunday along Interstate 690, on their way home from Rochester. They were nearing the Metropolitan Syracuse Wastewater Treatment Plant when Pechacek noticed an enormous bird flying toward them from Onondaga Lake.
At first, she thought it was a heron. Then she saw the white head and the white tail.
"Oh, my God!" Pechacek screamed. "That's a bald eagle!"
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