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ND: North Dakota man fined for trapping bald eagle

December 21, 2013

From MinotDailyNews.com

FARGO (AP) - U.S. Attorney Timothy Purdon says Jay P. Schuler was sentenced on Wednesday. He pleaded guilty to a charge of taking and trapping a bald eagle in violation of the Federal Eagle Act and has been fined more than $7,500.
 
The eagle has permanent damage to a talon but has been released to the wild.

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