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Tufts Wildlife Clinic

This bald eagle was released into the wild on Wednesday.

Recovering Bald Eagles Released In Tyngsboro After Fall From Nest

Two 12 week old eaglets were released back into the wild after weeks of rehabilitation. The pair fell out of their nest back in May.

06/27/2012

Fourth-year veterinary student Amory Koch releases the Cooper’s Hawk behind the Tufts Wildlife Clinic this morning in Grafton. The bird was rescued by the Animal Rescue League of Boston after it was caught in bird netting at an MBTA station. (credit: Andy Cunningham/TUFTS)

Andrew Station Hawk Released In Grafton

The hawk that was stuck at the Andrew Square MBTA stop last week will be released in Grafton today.

12/10/2010

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