A bald eagle flew over the Jacobson Park reservoir in Lexington on April 2, 2015. Scott Brinegar, a public service worker with Lexington’s Parks and Recreation Department, said the eagle had been fishing in the lake.
A bald eagle flew over the Jacobson Park reservoir in Lexington on April 2, 2015. Scott Brinegar, a public service worker with Lexington’s Parks and Recreation Department, said the eagle had been fishing in the lake. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
A bald eagle flew over the Jacobson Park reservoir in Lexington on April 2, 2015. Scott Brinegar, a public service worker with Lexington’s Parks and Recreation Department, said the eagle had been fishing in the lake. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

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