A growing number of bald eagles are soaring the skies of West Marin, proof that fierce protection can save a species that once perched on the brink of extinction. Other birds are paying a price for the eagle’s success: Surveys show that once-dense colonies of osprey, herons and egrets are scattering, as birds seek safety from harassment . . .

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