Young Minnesota eaglet rescued from nest

Thousands of devoted viewers have been following the young raptor on the Minnesota Bound eagle cam in central Minnesota. Observers noticed the eaglet wasn't moving and later discovered its wing was trapped. Friday afternoon an expert from the Raptor Center was allowed to safely free the eaglet.
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Thousands of devoted viewers have been following the young raptor on the Minnesota Bound eagle cam in central Minnesota. KARE 11 reports observers noticed the eaglet wasn't moving and later discovered its wing was trapped. Friday afternoon an expert from the Raptor Center was allowed to safely free the eaglet. Its sibling feel from the nest and died last month.

Watch the Minnesota Bound eagle cam live below:

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KARE 11's Randy Shaver also went behind the scences of the Decorah eagle cam.

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