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The greatest number of eagles can usually be seen at open-water areas in the mornings as they fly back and forth, searching for their first meal of the day.Wintering eagles also feed on carrion and later in the day can frequently be seen searching for and feeding on dead deer and other animals in the countryside.Wisconsin offers numerous opportunities to view eagles and learn more about these majestic birds.
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Through advanced research and long-term monitoring, three Wisconsin-based USGS centers (the National Wildlife Health Center, the Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center, and the Wisconsin Water Science Center) provide the scientific information needed by managers, decision makers, and the public to protect, enhance, and restore ecosystems, water resources, and wildlife health in the Midwest.
The cold-loving fungus (Pseudogymnoascus destructans, or Pd) that causes white-nose syndrome, a disease that has killed millions of North American bats during hibernation, could also spread in summer months. Biologists have confirmed white-nose syndrome in the southeastern bat, or Myotis austroriparius, for the first time.
Depending on the course, a proctored exam may be unit exams, a mid-term or the final.
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