A bald eagle was discovered near the West Seattle Freeway on Sunday afternoon.
According to Trooper Rick Johnson, the Official Washington State Patrol District 2 Public Information Officer for King County, Trooper Gagley of the Washington State Patrol discovered the majestic bird near the SB I-5.
The bird was taken to PAWS Lynnwood for treatment.
— Trooper Rick Johnson (@wspd2pio) March 21, 2021
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Earlier this month, another bald eagle was discovered by a King County deputy in Skyway. It is believed that the bird was shocked by a power line.
Got a happy update from @PAWStweets on the bald eagle recently saved by a King County deputy in Skyway: Bird had a lot of swelling from injuries but is now recovering 👏 Vets believe eagle was shocked by a power line. @KIRO7Seattle pic.twitter.com/UhpdyDuU1C
— Michael Spears (@MikeSpearsJr) February 6, 2020