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Thread subject: Fisherman and son rescue eagle
Name Date Message
terryo 05/15/10 06:55 pm Below is a story I just saw on ABC News Tonight about a fisherman who saw an eagle struggling in the Columbia River. The story is below:

EAGLE
Pam 05/15/10 07:05 pm I love the last picture in the slideshow. A happy ending !
Pamela 05/15/10 08:14 pm Great story! All I could think of while watching the slide show was a guy and his dog and now we have a man and his eagle.
After watching eagles on all the cams, I had nothing to compare the size to but the nest. I knew they were enormous, but the slide show really allowed for comparison.Thanks, Terry, I would have missed the story.
I know you have a dog. Do you let it ride around with you? There's nothing better than seeing a man with a dog beside him, especially in a pick up :)
terryo 05/15/10 09:18 pm Pamela, Tyson and Cassie go with me sometimes on short trips to various stores. I don't let them stick their heads out of either back seat windows. cause I once owned a Samoyed and he would stick his head out, however a bee got into his ear and we had to take him to the ER, ka-ching. lol
Celeste 05/15/10 09:27 pm Great story! Wow, a bee, never thought of that!... definitely a lot of "ka ching"!!!:-)
Shelley 05/15/10 09:32 pm Great story! And so good to hear that the eagle is ok and was released.
Anne UK1 05/16/10 05:29 pm That's one lucky bird.

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