Kip’s Comments 12-1-20

Juvenile Bald Eagle Release - Image 662819 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Juvenile Bald Eagle Release 

Several months ago my wife and I, along with a Bremer County Deputy, rescued an injured juvenile bald eagle. Somehow the young bird had sustained a wing fracture that required splinting and time to heal.

Today was the special day when that bird was released to fly wild in the sky again. My wife enjoyed the honor of setting the bird free. What a rewarding sight to see!   

Many thanks to Black Hawk Wildlife Rehabilitation Project, Dr. Lori, Terese and Linda.   

I have put together a brief overview of this eagle incident available for viewing at the following link: Juvenile Bald Eagle Released to the Wild

Juvenile Bald Eagle Release - Image 662813 (© Kip Ladage)

Juvenile Bald Eagle Release – Image 662813 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Juvenile Bald Eagle Release - Image 662819 (© Kip Ladage)

Juvenile Bald Eagle Release – Image 662819 (© Kip Ladage)

 

Juvenile Bald Eagle Release - Image 662832 (© Kip Ladage)

Juvenile Bald Eagle Release – Image 662832 (© Kip Ladage)

 

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