Bald Eagles

December 18, 2009 3:32 AM | Alaskan Eagles

Bald Eagles
Why is it illegal to kill a Bald Eagle egg, but it is not illegal to have an abortion?

To clarify things, the bald eagle is is no longer an endangered species. The bald eagle was listed as endangered in most U.S. from 1967 to 1995, when he was despised upgraded to Threatened in all 48 states. The number of nesting pairs of Bald Eagles in the 48 states has increased from less than 500 in the 1960s to more than 10,000 in 2007. They had recovered sufficiently to delist its threatened status on June 28, 2007. not illegal to have an abortion because the Supreme Court issued a decree spurious in 1973 and defended it as the overthrow of the laws made by States to protect babies prenatal murder. Like life, human individuals, prenatal babies have a right to life as a gift from God. Unlike eagles, human babies are made the image of God, with the capacity for intelligent design as the creator of the universe. Babies casually condemned to death by abortion may have become zoologists they could discover the means to prosper eagle populations. Cheers, Bruce PS: Neither Europe nor the U.S. is even reproducing at a rate (1.7 births for each couple in the U.S.) to continue the species. We are an endangered species, and in view of the nuclear-armed Islamic militants, the annihilation of our species, along with eagles, could be quite rapid.

Over 30 Bald Eagles in the back yard

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