Article on Herald News http://heraldnews.suntimes.com/news/5935059-418/ea… The eaglets rescued from the Mooseheart grounds are enjoying regular meals of fresh fish and putting on weight in the comfort of a temporary home, under the watchful care of wildlife experts. But the next challenge is to build a special chamber to accommodate the flight needs of the two eaglets.…

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Article on Courier News http://couriernews.suntimes.com/news/5935456-417/e… he eaglets rescued from the Mooseheart grounds south of Batavia are enjoying regular meals of fresh fish and putting on weight in the comfort of a temporary home, under the watchful care of wildlife experts. But the next challenge is to build a special chamber to accommodate the flight needs of…

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Article on Beacon-News http://beaconnews.suntimes.com/news/5827350-417/ea… The eaglets rescued from the Mooseheart grounds are enjoying regular meals of fresh fish and putting on weight in the comfort of a temporary home, under the watchful care of wildlife experts. But the next challenge is to build a special chamber to accommodate the flight needs of the two eaglets. “They…

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Article on Batavia Patch http://batavia.patch.com/articles/eaglets-continue… Two eaglets rescued last week after their nest at Mooseheart blew out of a tree are recovering well at Flint Creek Wildlife Rehabilitation in Barrington. Despite herculean efforts to reconstruct a new nest after the original one was blown out of a tree, the eaglets were found to be dehydrated and…

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Article on Beacon-News http://beaconnews.suntimes.com/news/5752770-418/wi… Mooseheart’s eaglets are in the care of wildlife experts, as their parents have not flown into a new man-made nest to feed their young. “The eaglets are alert — we got them before they were critical,” said Dawn Keller, executive director and founder of Flint Creek Rehabilitation in Barrington.

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