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Fallen San Bernardino Eaglet Learns to Fly

"Stormy," the national forest eagle cam eaglet, has officially fledged, say biologists.

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Rich Bard

The bald eagle chick nicknamed “Stormy” that has gained fame on a San Bernardino National Forest live camera of its nest has learned to fly, say biologists. The chick alarmed viewers when it tumbled from its nest a couple of weeks ago, but biologists later found it unharmed on a lower limb. Last week, the chick flew back up to its nest.  

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