Fly, Eagle, Fly: Solebury Township Police, Vets Save Bird Injured in the Area

Image via Solebury Township Police.
The eagle was injured in the area before being nursed back to health.

An eagle found itself in the care of Bucks County authorities and veterinarians after it was injured in the area. Staff reporters at CBS News Philadelphia discussed the animal’s recovery.

Solebury Township police helped rescue the bird, which found itself injured in the Chalfont area.

“Your Solebury Police Officers will stop at nothing to make sure every animal has a fighting chance to survive!” the police department said online.

Sgt. Kevin Edwards and Ofc Anthony Viruet-Melendez as well as some wonderful residents of Pidcock Creek Road were able to rescue this injured Bald Eagle and get him transported to the Aark Wildlife Rehabilitation Center for treatment.”

The rehabilitation center, located at 1531 Upper Stump Road in Chalfont, works “to rehabilitate and release orphaned and injured native wildlife and promote harmony between humans and their wild neighbors through quality environmental education.”

The eagle is still recovering at the center.

Learn more at CBS News Philadelphia.


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