EDMOND, Okla. (AP) - A pair of bald eagles have been released into the wild after being rehabilitated at a Noble wildlife sanctuary.
The female eagles were released Saturday afternoon during a ceremony at Arcadia Lake in Edmond.
Rondi Large, the director of WildCare in Noble, says the eagles spent most of their lives living at the sanctuary.
Large says one eagle has been at the sanctuary since it was found abandoned in Kansas. The other eagle was found injured after its nest was knocked down.
Large says Arcadia Lake was selected for a release point since it has an established eagle population.
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