Eagle recovers after NV crash through windshield
Wildlife experts say they're cautiously optimistic that an eagle that crashed through the windshield of a tractor-trailer on a Nevada highway can be released back into the wild in two or three months.
The 14-pound golden eagle with a 7-foot wing span is " doing well" at the Northeastern Nevada Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Spring Creek, its director, Jo Dean, said Sunday.
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