Center gives 'ratty' bird a second chance to soar

Conservation & Preservation

Eagle rescued at King George Landfill is rehabilitated, released

Date published: 4/30/2009

By RUSTY DENNEN

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Next to a grove of pines in Caledon Natural Area, six bald eagles scattered as Ed Clark's Toyota pickup pulled up yesterday afternoon.

The resident eagles at the King George County nature preserve along the Potomac River were about to have company.

Clark, president of the Wildlife Center of Virginia in Waynesboro, opened the back window of his truck--license plate 4D BIRDS--to reach a large cage containing a year-old bald eagle.

 

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