The Alaska Raptor Center released four eagles last weekend – three juveniles and an adult. Releasing four at a time is fairly rare. The Raptor Center has been treating eagles for 30 years, and its regular eagle releases often draw spectators. The moment an
eagle flies away is the beginning of a second chance for the bird, and the end of a long process for the center’s staff and volunteers.
Ed Ronco, KCAW – Sitka
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