Check out this video of a bald eagle release! The bird was brought to Tri-State in June 2012 after being found by the side of a road, unable to fly. Upon admission, the first-year female was lethargic and dehydrated. Tri-State’s expert veterinarians and clinic staff provided supportive care and took x-rays, which did not show any fractures. After her initial recovery, the eagle was moved to a small outdoor enclosure and then to a large flight cage to give her time to re-build her flight muscles. Once she was strong enough to survive in the wild, she was fitted with a federal band and released back into her natural habitat.

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