In the media: Eagle rescue story picked up locally, elsewhere  

UW-Green Bay Public Safety’s Friday (June 21) rescue of an injured bald eagle on campus made news across the country this weekend, with TV stations here, in Milwaukee, and as far away as Virginia picking up the story. As we told you here last week, officers rescued the juvenile bird Friday morning, after several passersby noticed it unmoving and perched unusually close to the ground. They brought the eagle to the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, where it was discovered the bird was dehydrated and had only one eye. WFRV, Channel 5 ran the story, which was picked up by the CBS affiliate in Milwaukee, a Fox affiliate in West Virginia and an ABC affiliate in Virginia. You can check out the local story, along with our UW-Green Bay News feature (including photos and video) by clicking the links below:
WFRV, Channel 5
UW-Green Bay News

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