courtesy: Loudoun County Animal Services
(WUSA9) -- Loudoun County Animal Services has an update on the two bald eagles that were found tangled together by their talons in a parking lot last week.
According to animal service officials, two bald eagles had been fighting and their talons were stuck together. Officers were able to separate them but found that the birds had significant injuries, say officials. They were taken to a veterinarian and then a wildlife rehabilitation facility for treatment.
Now, officials say one bird will be released at Elizabeth Mills Park in Lansdowne at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday. The other bird is expected to be released in a few weeks.