Veterinarians operate on bald eagle after shooting

01/24/2012 | KTBS-TV (Shreveport, La.)

After a motorist reported an injured bald eagle along a roadside, rescuers determined the bird had been shot and veterinarians amputated its wing tip. The bald eagle will be placed in a zoo or sanctuary because it cannot fly due to its injury. Wildlife officials are searching for the shooter.

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KTBS-TV (Shreveport, La.)

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