A 4-year-old female bald eagle that was rescued in October after a collision with a train has recovered and is living at Detroit Zoo. The bird, named Captain Marvel, is settling in well with two other rescued bald eagles -- Flash and Mr. America -- says Scott Carter, the zoo's chief life sciences officer.
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