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Golden Eagle comes to Wildlife Rescue
An injured Golden Eagle was discovered on May 16th at NASA Ames Research Center at Moffet Field in Mountain View and brought to Wildlife Rescue. At first it was thought this awesome bird had been shot, but an x-ray determined that a double break in the ulna (lower arm bone) had probably been caused by the bird hitting something.
For a couple weeks, the eagle was kept in a crate to limit mobility and allow the bone to heal. On June 5th Wildlife Rescue took the eagle to the Peninsula Humane Society and placed him in a very large conditioning aviary to allow him to fly and gain strength and is awaiting evaluation and release.
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