Newest Update on Crash the Golden Eagle

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photo courtesy of Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah

From the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah's website:

""Crash” the golden eagle who flew through the windshield of a semi-truck traveling at 70 MPH was taken in today for his final checkup. Dr Folland of Parrish Creek Veterinary Clinic in Centerville Utah removed four steel pins from Crash’s right wing, checked both eyes and announced that “after a couple weeks of flexing, stretching and flying he should be ready for release” back into his home territory in Summit County."


Read the rest of the story here:

http://www.wrcnu.org/pages/full_story/push?article-%E2%80%9CCrash%E2%80%9D+the+Golden+Eagle+Given+%E2%80%9CGreen+Light%E2%80%9D+after+Final+Checkup+-9-17-09-%20&id=3646626&instance=lead_story_left_column

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