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  • Free again: Bald eagle spreads her wings, returns to the Central Coast wild

    A female bald eagle nursed back to health after being found injured and emaciated at Fort Hunter Liggett 7 months ago was released back into the wild Wednesday. The 12-year-old bird, known only by its A23 tag, was one of more than 100 bald eagles introduc

A female bald eagle nursed back to health after being found injured and emaciated at Fort Hunter Liggett 7 months ago was released back into the wild Wednesday. The 12-year-old bird, known only by its A23 tag, was one of more than 100 bald eagles introduc David Middlecamp The Tribune
A female bald eagle nursed back to health after being found injured and emaciated at Fort Hunter Liggett 7 months ago was released back into the wild Wednesday. The 12-year-old bird, known only by its A23 tag, was one of more than 100 bald eagles introduc David Middlecamp The Tribune

Bald eagles, like condors, on the road to recovery

July 04, 2017 05:07 PM

UPDATED July 05, 2017 06:11 PM