A female bald eagle received a new lease on life in the wild after being treated at the Vermont Institute of Natural Science.
"Back in August, a recently born American bald eagle was located stranded on a sandbar in Perkinsville. It was captured by game Wardens and taken to the Vermont Institute of Natural Science. After months of Rehab, that same bald eagle returned to the wild Thursday. The release was a beautiful moment -- combining humans and nature -- that needs to be slowed down to fully appreciate. A hatch-year female American bald eagle, with a wingspan of more than 7-feet, returning to the place she belongs."
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