From the Anchorage Daily News:
_Dozens of bald eagles descended on a dump truck hauling fish guts at a Kodiak processing plant Friday and got tangled in the mess, leaving at least 20 of the birds drowned, buried or crushed, according to federal wildlife officials. . . .
Several workers shoveled through the mess to pull birds out . . . .
"We cleaned them up and tried to warm them up, but some of them weren't doing too good," [a USFWS biologist] said._
And an update:
_The 30 bald eagles that survived a deadly feeding frenzy in a dump truck filled with fish guts are flying again.