Bald Eagles Land On New Hampshire Road
BEDFORD, N.H. (UPI) — New Hampshire State Police said a lane of traffic on 101 in Bedford was closed when a pair of bald eagles landed on the road.
Police said a trooper noticed the eagles in an eastbound lane of the road around 6:45 a.m. Sunday and traffic was diverted away from the birds, WMUR-TV, Manchester, reported Tuesday.
The eagles flew off after about an hour on the road and did not appear to be injured, state police said.
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