An examination revealed the chook is coping with a severe wrist damage.
WHITEHOUSE, Ohio — A 27-year-old injured bald eagle is receiving care at Nature’s Nursery in Whitehouse.
The wildlife rehabilitation heart acquired a name final Thursday about an eagle found in Point Place with an obvious damage. The name was made after typical working hours, however particular preparations have been made to choose up the chook.
Two Nature’s Nursey animal technicians carried out an preliminary examination and decided the eagle had a extreme wrist damage. The animal was banded.
“Having an eagle come in banded actually helps us to be taught extra about its previous,” founding member Laura Zitzelberger stated. “The band was traced and it was found that this eagle was initially banded in Ohio in its nest in 1995, making it 27 years outdated.”
The common lifespan of a bald eagle is 20 years. Nature’s Nursey will attempt to place the chook if it could actually’t be launched, however inserting an eagle at this age will be tough.
The eagle will bear X-rays to find out the following plan of action. The chook is wholesome apart from the damage.