Updated April 29, 2004 

Northeast Utilities - On a nesting site on the Connecticut River, Northeast Utilities and U.S. Fish and Wildlife support a webcam and other educational programs.
The Raptor Center - an international medical facility for birds of prey, located at the University of Minnesota.
Highway to the Tropics - the most fascinating part of the Raptor Center is the satellite tracking of migratory raptors, including eagles.
The Massachusetts Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program - the program that seeks to protect listed endangered plants and animals in the Commonwealth.
Adopt an Eagle Program - your classroom or school can adopt a non-releasable eagle ($250 donation), or breeding pair of eagles ($500 donation), for one year.
Birds of North America - information about the acclaimed standard reference book on North American birds.
Extonet/Pesticide Information Profiles - Pesticide Information Profile on DDT from the Extension Technology Network.
Identification and other information about the American Bald Eagle from the USGS Patuxent Bird Identification InfoCenter.
Wampanoag History
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