Not just one but two eagles released to the wild in one week

A rehabbed eagle took flight from Long Pond in Salisbury on Saturday, returning to the wild thanks to the efforts of the Sharon Audubon. Photo by Lans Christensen

As the Northwest Corner becomes an increasingly friendly habitat for wildlife, it isn’t just the bears and the bobcats that are returning here in large numbers. 

Eagles are also becoming an increasingly large part of the wild world here. Conservation efforts are helping with that, but so are the efforts of the Audubon Center in Sharon, which has been giving a helping hand to young eagles that might otherwise not have made it to adulthood. 

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