Friday, April 28, 2006

Great Eagle Rehab Story

Someone passed this site off to me recently. It tells a great story about the rehabilitation of a bald eagle up in Pennsylvania, with some good pictures and a short video clip.

5 comments:

paula www.eagletmomsters.com said...

That story is really inspiring. It is so nice to know about the generous people who help wildlife survive. The pictures really depict how big these magnificent birds are.

Nancy said...

One of the very positive things about having the NCTC Eagle cam and the live cam is that it really gives you an appreciation and healthy respect for wildlife, in general, and bald eagles in particular. Confronted with a situation like the 2 boys in the story who found the injured eagle, I'm not sure what I would have done but I would certainly have been more ignorant than I am now. Again, thanks for the educational experience of watching the NCTC eagles.

Nilla said...

WOW reading that story and seeing those pictures, brought me to near applause my self..lol I have seen only 1 Bald Eagle, that was in a zoo in NYC out where the World's Fair was held in the 60's, but the enclosure's for the animals were made as natural habitat's. This Eagle had been some how injured by a plane in Alaska and could not fly. So there this beautiful bird sat on a tree limb. They are so big and there is a look in their eyes of knowing that they are a special bird, with attitude...lol I am so glad the bird in this story made it back to health and is now in the wild again, hopfully raising young as we are watching our special babies grow.

marie said...

What an awesome story! I had to wipe away tears as I watched that beautiful bird released. Thank you to those wonderful, caring people for taking such wonderful care of America's eagle.

eagle-eyed sharon said...

What a miracle!! Thank God for the kindness of the ones that found him. Nothing happens in God's world by mistake and miracles happen everyday. I am glad this was one of God's miracles. I know a lot of people had to pull together to save this majestic bird. The rewards in the end were great, huh?

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