Rehabilitated eagle remains single

Post-Bulletin staff

WABASHA — A golden eagle injured near Wabasha last year, rehabilitated in St. Paul and released back into the wild near Wabasha last spring is now wandering alone in the tundra of northern Hudson Bay.

He is apparently going to be a bachelor this year, according to those following him via a radio monitor that was attached before he was released.

"Since he seems to have forgone breeding this year we can only hope he is enjoying his life as an unattached bachelor," according to the Audubon Minnesota Web site.

Oddly, about two weeks ago, the eagle was near Rankin Inlet, a nearly treeless area that typically isn’t a home to golden eagles.


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