[image]: SPECIAL ADDITION: Robert S. Butsch, associate curator of exhibits, adjusts a name tag at the foot of the newest addition to the University exhibit museum, a golden eagle shot by an unidentified hunter in the Portage Lake area last summer. The wing span measured a little more than six feet. This specimen is only the 14th to be obtained in the state since 1870. It is essentially a western bird. At upper left is an immature bald eagle which has not yet acquired the famed white head feathers that give it its name. The entire exhibit case has just been remodeled and the specimens rearranged.
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