An APG bald eagle takes off after being released by garrison environmentalists March 1. The adult male eagle was found with burns on its head and wings - probably from electrical wires- and was sent to Tri-State Bird Rescue - a private, non-profit wildlife rehabilitation and rescue organization in Newark, Del., where it was rehabilitated and then returned to APG. John Paul, Lynda Hartzell, and Jessica Baylor of DPW's Environmental Division and DES wildlife officer Charles Volz led the release operation.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – An APG bald eagle takes off after being released by garrison environmentalists March 1. The adult male eagle was found with burns on its head and wings - probably from electrical wires- and was sent to Tri-State Bird Rescue - a private, non-profit wildlife rehabilitation and rescue organization in Newark, Del., where it was rehabilitated and then returned to APG. John Paul, Lynda Hartzell, and Jessica Baylor of DPW's Environmental Division and DES wildlife officer Charles Volz led the release operation. (Photo Credit: Yvonne Johnson, APG News) VIEW ORIGINAL