Parks and Wildlife officers rescue bald eagle on Fourth of July
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. (KKTV/Gray News) - Several Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers spent their Fourth of July doing one of the most American things possible, rescuing a bald eagle.
The wildlife agency said officers were called out to an injured bald eagle in Douglas County on Tuesday.
“The eaglet was reportedly acting strange for a few days,” CPW posted to social media. “And officers carefully captured it.”
The eagle was taken to Birds of Prey in Broomfield where it will be treated for a possible head injury.
“Can you get more patriotic than a bald eagle rescue on July 4th?” CPW posted online.
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