A bald eagle cries out Friday while perched in white pine near the Great Salt Bay in Newcastle, Maine. Some bird experts say the eagles are flying to Maine's remote rocky islands where they have been raiding the only known nesting colonies of great cormorants in the U.S. Robert F. Bukaty

Scientists say the eagles' resurgence is hurting populations of seabirds in Maine.

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