Eagle released in Burnaby's Central Park

Wildlife News

By Jennifer moreau
Burnaby Now
June 12, 2013

This eagle was brought into wildlife rehabilitator with massive head wounds, presumably after a fight with another eagle.

This eagle was brought into wildlife rehabilitator with massive
head wounds, presumably after a fight with another eagle.
Photograph by: Contributed photo , BURNABY NOW
 

It was an emotional release. Volunteers and staff from the Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society gathered in Burnaby's Central Park on Tuesday to release an adult bald eagle that's been in rehabilitation for months.

The female eagle was brought into care, suffering massive head wounds, presumably after a fight with another eagle over territory or a mate.

Burnaby resident Laurie Hill found the eagle while visiting Central Park with a friend approximately six months ago.

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