MU Raptor Project, Veterinarian Come to Aid of Injured Illinois Eagle

The University of Missouri Raptor Rehabilitation Project recently stepped in to help an American bald eagle that is a resident at a raptor facility in Illinois. Lincoln, who is approximately 7 years old, was discovered with a broken leg and an injured wing the morning of Jan. 28 at the Raptor Rehabilitation Center in Quincy, Ill. Workers at the center don’t know just when or how he injured himself, but they suspect that something prompted him to jump and the impact fractured his tibia. [read more]

Bald Eagle Soars to Freedom on July 4th

“Einstein,” an adult bald eagle, is now soaring over America after his release July 4th from the University of Missouri’s Raptor Rehabilitation Project, where the once-ailing bird underwent treatment. [read more]