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2 men charged in 'killing spree' of over 3,000 birds, including bald eagles, in Montana

  • Two US men, Simon Paul and Travis John Branson, have been charged with illegally killing approximately 3,600 birds, including bald and golden eagles, and selling their parts on the black market.
  • The birds were shot over several years and the men were charged with conspiracy, violating the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, and illegal trafficking.
  • The conspiracy and trafficking charges carry maximum prison sentences of five years, while violations of the Eagle Protection Act can result in a year in prison and fines.
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