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State conservation workers rescue bald eagle

MDC Eagle
A Missouri Department of Conservation agent holds an injured eagle north of Paris, Mo.


Two Missouri Department of Conservation agents rescued an injured bald eagle in Monroe County.

MDC said agents responded to an area north of Paris, Mo. for a report of an injured bald eagle on Friday.

According to a Facebook post from MDC, the pair of agents sent the national bird to the University of Missouri. The eagle was observed and treated by MU's Raptor Rehabilitation Project.

Missouri / Monroe

Matt Ragsdale

Matt Ragsdale is a broadcast and digital producer at ABC 17 News.


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