Posts Tagged ‘Eagle Release’

Fly, Birdie, Fly!

Posted: July 3, 2013 in Uncategorized

Justice“Justice” – a young male bald eagle – was released back into the wild on July 1 after a four-month convalescence. As volunteers of the Raptor Rehabilitation Project of the University of Missouri looked on, Justice took wing from his re-entry point, the Eagle Bluffs conservation area just outside of Columbia on the Missouri river. Fly, Birdie, Fly!

The Raptor Rehab Center provides sanctuary to injured birds of prey protected under federal law such as owls, hawks, vultures, eagles, and falcons.