American bald eagle

Division Street Bike Lanes. San Francisco Bike Coalition. Used under CC license, cropped and resized.

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Where Are Division Street's Homeless Expected To Go? // Hoodline

"To learn more about where the city expects Division Street's homeless to go by Friday's deadline, we reached out to Sam Dodge, executive director of the Mayor's Office of Housing Opportunity, Partnerships & Engagement (HOPE)."

Photo by Sarah Lenz

 

Used to be, you had to take one of those Alaskan cruises to be sure of sighting an American bald eagle in the wild, but thanks to vigorous conservation efforts, which have removed the eagle from the Endangered Species List, such sightings are more common now in the Lower 48.  Birders, and many other fans of our national symbol, flocked to San Mateo County to watch these impressive birds do something they hadn’t done there in almost 100 years: build a nest.