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Wildlife Patients in Care: Bald Eagle

Aug10

Bald Eagle at PAWS Wildlife Center This Bald Eagle was found on the ground in Coupeville, WA on June 10. She was just learning to fly and was too young to be on her own. No sign of her parents could be found so someone from Best Friends Veterinary Clinic brought her all the way to PAWS.

(Are you seeing a pattern with our wildlife patients this time of year? Lots of young ones on their own!)

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