One of the first Bald Eaglets in care this year has now returned to the wild. This eagle arrived at around two weeks old after falling from a nest that had broke apart. He suffered a broken wing and had surgery at Richmond Animal Hospital. A big thanks goes out to them for their exceptional work.

A special shout out to Norm Snihur, a volunteer wildlife rescue helicopter pilot. He is seen in the background of the video getting ready to take another eagle back for release!

One of the first Bald Eaglets in care this year has now returned to the wild. This eagle arrived at around two weeks old after falling from a nest that had broke apart. He suffered a broken wing and had surgery at Richmond Animal Hospital A big thanks goes out to them for their exceptional work. A special shout out to Norm Snihur, a volunteer wildlife rescue helicopter pilot. He is seen in the background getting ready to bring another eagle back for release! Please share. Check out the comments for a picture of the eaglet when he arrived!

Posted by O.W.L. Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society on Wednesday, August 9, 2017

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