28 May '11, 2pm

How Flyer the Eaglet Got Rescued from a Fishing Line Snare

How Flyer the Eaglet Got Rescued from a Fishing Line Snare

An eagle's nest built in a dead tree was recently the scene of three days of consternation. Ma and Pa Sidney, the parent eagles, had brooded and raised three beautiful eaglets, Flyer, Snuggles and Burrow, in Sidney British Columbia. With thousands following as events unfolded on the Hancock Wildlife Foundation's webcam, pleasure turned to worry as people realized that Flyer had caught his toe in a fishing line and could not free himself to go and feed from mom.

Full article: http://www.environmentalgraffiti.com/animals/news-rescue-...

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