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Photographers flock to Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley for a glimpse of bald eagles

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By Nathan Coleman
Sunday, February 2, 2014, 1:25 PM

The bald eagle is well recognized as being a historic symbol for our neighbors to the south.

Canada is home to large population of the iconic birds of prey and many spread their wings in the Annapolis Valley.

I got a few choice shots myself when I visited the area. Have a look.

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