Donna Burt, director of the Stanislaus Wildlife Care Center, holds on to an injured eagle as it is fed mice. The eagle is being cared for at the Hughson center for a few days until is healthy enough for transfer to the eagle experts at the California Foundation for Birds of Prey in Roseville.
Donna Burt, director of the Stanislaus Wildlife Care Center, holds on to an injured eagle as it is fed mice. The eagle is being cared for at the Hughson center for a few days until is healthy enough for transfer to the eagle experts at the California Foundation for Birds of Prey in Roseville. dnoda@modbee.com
Donna Burt, director of the Stanislaus Wildlife Care Center, holds on to an injured eagle as it is fed mice. The eagle is being cared for at the Hughson center for a few days until is healthy enough for transfer to the eagle experts at the California Foundation for Birds of Prey in Roseville. dnoda@modbee.com

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