Bald eagles star in new Zoo exhibit

SPIRIT AND GLORY, the pair of bald eagles that have lived at the zoo since 2004, now have 1,000 square feet of Atlas cedars and other plants native to their natural habitat, encircled by a new stream. /
SPIRIT AND GLORY, the pair of bald eagles that have lived at the zoo since 2004, now have 1,000 square feet of Atlas cedars and other plants native to their natural habitat, encircled by a new stream. /
PROVIDENCE – The new bald eagle habitat at Roger Williams Park Zoo opened yesterday, just in time for the Fourth of July. The new exhibit – created in the former polar bear habitat – is home to Spirit and Glory. This pair of bald eagles (the birds mate for life) had lived in an exhibit…

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