Young eagle rescued

Gordon Sasa rescued a young female eagle. Her wing was stuck on a branch. Photo: Submitted Photo, Bryan Sjodin, The Province

Gordon Sasa rescued a young female eagle.  Her wing was stuck on a branch.
Photo: Submitted Photo, Bryan Sjodin, The Province

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A young eagle was hurt.

She was caught on a tree branch.
The cottonwood tree was 25-metres tall.

Gordon Sasa climbed the tree.

He put the eagle in a net.

Gordon climbed down the tree
with the young eagle.

The eagle is now at the OWL Society shelter for orphan birds.

At OWL she will get medical care.

She may be released back into the wild.

Gordon Sasa is an arborist. He works for B.C. Plant Health Care.

Photo gallery
Photos of birds you can see at OWL.

Barn owl Photo:  heza, Creative Commons, Flickr

Barn owl
Photo: heza, Creative Commons, Flickr

Bald Eagle Photo:  Wes Gibson, Creative Commons, Flickr

Bald Eagle
Photo: Wes Gibson, Creative Commons, Flickr

Turkey vulture Photo:  Lharryus, Creative Commons, Flickr

Turkey vulture
Photo: Lharryus, Creative Commons, Flickr

Hawk Photo:  Dawn Ellner, Creative Commons, Flickr

Hawk
Photo: Dawn Ellner, Creative Commons, Flickr

Perrigrine Falcon Photo:  Dave's Parallel Universe, Creative Commons, Flickr

Perrigrine Falcon
Photo: Dave’s Parallel Universe, Creative Commons, Flickr

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