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Officials at a wildlife rehabilitation center in Eastham, Mass., having taken two of the sick, the young bald eagles in their care.
Rehabilitation — Wildlife Care — for the first time, with the previous week, there must be a better “acting abnormally”, in Harwich, a small town in western Massachusetts. The Barnstable Patriot, with an indication of Jayne Fowler, a Wildlife Rehabilitation assistant at Wild Care, a sign that the bird was going to fly it into the ground, and is “chomping at the beach, the bus station.”
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The bird was later rescued and after his exam and Wanted to Ensure, was determined to be anemic, or perhaps the parasites are in the intestines. Also showed signs of malnutrition, according to the newspaper.
The eagle that had been banded by the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife has been stable after it was given fluids and a liquid diet.”
On Saturday, Wild game, Make sure officials were notified of a young, possibly sickly, bald eagle, after it was seen to crash into a resident’s deck in Truro. The bird has officially been saved, and will be at the rehab center.
In the second, the eagle was suffering from anaemia and, in contrast to the first one, also showed signs of malnutrition. Her left eye was also injured, according to The Barnstable Patriot.
Both eagles are now stable.
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Stephanie Ellis, Wild Care’s executive director, told the newspaper that two of the eagles is in their care is “unprecedented.” The victim said the last time they had an eagle at the facility in 2012.
“These two birds are more stable and we are hopeful for a full recovery. The Wild Care is a very large raptor aviary, which complies with the State of Massachusetts’ minimum size requirements, and to the house eagles for release,” Ellis added. “I’m very, very thankful that we have great accommodation options for this beautiful bird, and that we have the support of local veterinarians, and MassWildlife. We are hoping for the best, and I hope that you get these amazing creatures on the wing, as soon as possible.”
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