Eaglets ready for release

Wildlife experts at the Wildlife Center of Virginia have been caring for the motherless eaglets from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100101185020000" title="Norfolk (Norfolk, Virginia)" href="/topic/us/virginia/norfolk-county/norfolk-%28norfolk-virginia%29-PLGEO100101185020000.topic">Norfolk</a> Botanical Garden, and will release them back into the wild July 27 at Berkeley Plantation in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100101122010000" title="Charles City (Charles City, Virginia)" href="/topic/us/virginia/charles-city-county/charles-city-%28charles-city-virginia%29-PLGEO100101122010000.topic">Charles City</a>.
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( Courtesy Wildlife Center of Virginia / July 22, 2011 )

Wildlife experts at the Wildlife Center of Virginia have been caring for the motherless eaglets from Norfolk Botanical Garden, and will release them back into the wild July 27 at Berkeley Plantation in Charles City.

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