A month after falling from their nest two bald eagle chicks were released into the wild today in Tyngsborough by state wildlife officials. The 12-week-old chicks have been in the care of Tufts University’s Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, where they were rehabilitated and taught to fly. “I had so much time invested in these guys that I had to come see them off,” said David Taylor, the veterinarian who housed the birds until they were moved to Tufts.
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