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Grays Harbor Birds — Bald Eagle

General Description: The Bald Eagle dwarfs most birds and as is the case with all raptors, the female is larger than the male. They are from 28 to 37.8 inches tall, with a wing span of just over 80 inches, and they weigh a hefty 10 to 14 pounds for the females and 8 to 10 pounds for the males. The adult bird has a dark brown body and wings with a white head and tail, yellow feet and bill, and pale yellow eyes. The immature birds are dark brown with patches of white, and do not reach full adult plumage until 4 to 6 years of age. They may live as long as 40 years.

Husky defense ices Cougars in Apple Cup

PULLMAN — There were far more students in Washington State’s cheering section in the first half of Saturday night’s game than in the second, many of them heading elsewhere after spending two quarters in subfreezing temperatures at Martin Stadium.

Bobcat boys win season opener

OLYMPIA — Addam Follett scored 23 points and Austin Floch narrowly missed a triple-double as Aberdeen opened its boys basketball season with a 62-56 win over Capital in non-league action Saturday at Olympia.