- Second eaglet hatches at Berry; 1st one hatched Sunday night
- Avian Vacuolar Myelinopathy is a neurological disorder that has resulted in the death of more than 80 bald eagles since it was identified in 1994.
- Toxic Algae Threatens Bald Eagles
- Even so, it didn't take long for an entirely new danger to emerge for the bald eagle. In the mid-1990s, dead eagles started showing up in alarming numbers in Arkansas displaying signs of a neurological disease called avian vacuolar myelinopathy, or AVM.
- Molecular Characterization of NF1 and Neurofibromatosis Type 1 Genotype
- These unidentified lesions are proposed to be due to spongiform myelinopathy or vacuolar changes in myelin filled with water, which may be transient or intermittent.
- Eagle killer identified
- Necropsies of the birds discovered microscopic lesions in the eagle brains that explained their uncoordinated behavior, and eventually the disease had a name: avian vacuolar myelinopathy (AVM). Nearly a decade later, a South Carolina researcher into ...
- Bald eagles are starting to flourish again — but hold the confetti
- Working late in a tiny Arkansas lab, Susan Wilde found herself alone with a killer. It startled her. She jumped, let out a yelp, and took off down a hall.
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