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Published on Dec 16, 2012
In early December two Bald Eagles were found floating in the Quinsam River, in Campbell River, struggling after a fight over food or territory. They were fished out of the water after half an hour of observation by a resident and MARS was called. Reg and Marielle brought the two eagles back to MARS to be checked over, dried out and warmed up after their long ordeal. Fortunately, their wounds were not serious, though one had a cut on her leg that was bleeding freely and had to be wrapped until the bleeding stopped. Both were large females, one obviously just coming into breeding age, with one black feather remaining on her head. They were judged to be recovered the next day and were released back home.