Bald Eagle Being Rehabbed at Red Wolf Sanctuary After Rescue From Trap
Wounded and rescued from a trap, a bald eagle is being nursed back to health at a wildlife sanctuary on the edge of Rising Sun, Indiana.
The painstaking recovery project is about to enter its second week and it’s impossible to know at this point if it will be successful.
But, if effort and commitment are any indication, the eagle will be flying free again as winter glides into spring.
Right now, the eagle, named Emmy by her caretakers, it is unable to eat, fly or survive on its own.
WLWT News 5’s John London watched Monday as Paul Strasser, director of Red Wolf Sanctuary, readied the day’s diet, pulling out a bagful of refrigerated mice, injecting one with an antibiotic in the abdominal cavity.
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