Animal hospitals caring for shot eagles | KOB 4

Animal hospitals caring for shot eagles Web Staff
April 06, 2018 06:02 AM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- This New Mexico moment looks at good work being done to reverse a terrible act against nature.


A pair of golden eagles were shot over the past two weeks in the Four Corners. Along with a bald eagle that later died.

One golden eagle is being cared for at Cottonwood Rehab in Española. He can't be released due to injuries but is said to be doing well.

The other is at Petroglyph Animal Hospital, where doctors are optimistic she can one day be released.

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