Injured bald eagle rescued from B.C. playground
Thursday, November 08 2012 @ 10:36 PM EST
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A bald eagle will be flying — by plane — to Vancouver after being rescued from a congress of ravens on a school playground in northwest B.C.
Brent Daniel, the principal at Dease Lake School and a volunteer firefighter, found the bird Wednesday.
It was swarmed by a group of ravens, with a badly injured wing, he said.
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