A male bald eagle that will turn 31 years old this spring was released back into the wild Friday morning at the Teton Raptor Center, 38 days after arriving for rehabilitation. The eagle was recovered and brought to the center in Wilson after flying through the window of a Hoback home on Jan. 28. The eagle received treatment for levels of lead "considered clinical by most raptor veterinarians and rehabilitation centers," according to a press release from the center, which may have contributed to its accident. Teton Raptor Center's rehabilitation regimen requires that birds prove they can fly well and successfully hunt on their own before being released from treatment.
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