Iowa Tribe releases bald eagle back in the wild
The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma released its second eagle back into the wild during a small ceremony on Sunday.

The 4-1/2-year-old Southern bald eagle was nursed back to health at the tribe's aviary. I "We did our job today," said Victor Roubidoux, the tribe's wildlife manager, The Tulsa World reported.

The tribe opened its Gray Snow Eagle House in 2006. The facility was recently expanded to allow the tribe to cake care of more birds.

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Eagle released back in wild (The Tulsa World 2/25)

Relevant Links:
Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma Eagle Rehabilitation Program - http://www.iowanation.org/Government/eagleaviary.html

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