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  • jscott13 Feb 18, 2013

    What a beautiful bird. And a beautiful person who took the time to stop and save him.

  • Tug Boat II Feb 15, 2013

    What a majestic bird, Glad the eagle will be ok, Thanks to some good people. My hats off to them

  • agentgcp Feb 15, 2013

    Dude, FYI You had an bald eagle in your back seat. You see images like this only in the movies. Awesome.

  • computer trainer Feb 15, 2013

    That beak is impressive! Glad Justin could get him and get him the help that he needed.

  • Slappy171 Feb 15, 2013

    Hats off to you Justin Bolduc!!!

  • Bill of Rights Feb 15, 2013

    Wonderful story!

  • ripetomatoes Feb 15, 2013

    My hat's off to you, dude.
    What a great thing to do.

  • doggie Feb 15, 2013

    What a beautiful bird! So glad he took the time and effort to save it.

  • rlewis Feb 15, 2013

    Very cool thing to do. I'm glad it worked out for all parties involved.

  • mok789fla Feb 15, 2013

    This bald eagle is more than 3 years old. They get their white heads & tails completely when they"re almost 5 years old. Nice human interest story ,though.:)

  • DukeFan23 Feb 15, 2013

    How does stuff like this even make the news? I know the eagle didn't call WRAL and want to have a story done.

  • Zoey0815 Feb 15, 2013

    Compassion is a wonderful thing to see.

  • CandyParamedic Feb 15, 2013

    Such a noble act. You are truly a wonderful person to do this.

  • caseofthefoo Feb 15, 2013

    Way to go, nice job!

  • golorealist Feb 15, 2013

    oh, and good job to mr. bolduc! that was a mighty good deed you did sir.

  • surfer Feb 15, 2013

    so tired of politics

  • freedomrings Feb 15, 2013

    A brave man and a good one at that.

  • golorealist Feb 15, 2013's not often you see somebody riding around with a bald eagle in their back seat. that picture gives some perspective to how big those birds actually are.

  • Dagn Feb 15, 2013

    Awesome job, sir!

  • Walkin Man Feb 15, 2013

    Finally, a story with a happy ending.

  • BE Feb 15, 2013

    Thank you Justin. Really cool thing to do!

  • Relic Feb 15, 2013

    That took some NERVE. I've seen an eagle shred a piece of deer eating it. Those claws and that beak don't play. Tip 'o the hat and well done!

  • Figment Feb 15, 2013

    Thank you for helping him.

  • tnt4kps2 Feb 15, 2013

    WOW... Please Lord.. More stories like this, and more people like Justin please. This story means alot to us because the Eagle means so much to us being a Marine Corps Family with a wounded warrior. The Eagle Globe and Anchor is our way of life. Eagles are absolutely awesome and so breathtaking to watch. Thank you for the great rescue. She may have died out there on that road but thanks to Justin she has a great shot and the rest of her life. BRAVO BRAVO... and Thank you to all that helped save her.

  • jaydosse Feb 15, 2013

    Very inspirational story. Thank you Mr. Buldoc.

  • rmatt91 Feb 15, 2013

    Awesome to see good citizens, way to go!

  • christinathefern Feb 15, 2013

    Even though it's sick, it is still a beautiful creature.

  • RainierBeer Feb 15, 2013

    Nice story!

  • streetglide Feb 15, 2013

    thank you for caring for GOD's animals, you will receive good fortune back, for your good deed.Watch!!

  • redapace Feb 15, 2013

    For he's a jolly-good fellow!

  • pingmanreturns Feb 15, 2013

    Wonderful story! So glad to hear the he should recover and be released...Great job Justin.

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  • tsquaring Feb 15, 2013

    hope he didn't keep a feather from that bird.

  • PeaceRH Feb 15, 2013

    Great job Justin! It's nice to see people still care and do the right thing.

  • Con Amor brings luv and laughter Feb 15, 2013

    A co-worker of mine found an injured owl on the side of the road on her way to work one morning.. Did the same thing. Wrapped it up, took it to her family vet, who called in wildlife people. She called them to inquire on the well being of the owl a couple of days later, and was treated very horrible by the wildlife/vet people. They would not tell her anything about the owl that she rescued. They were plain nasty to her & (in their most rude hateful voice) told her that it was protected goverment property and any information was government business and not hers. She was like, "But I was just wanting to know if its ok, did it live or die" ect, and they were so mean to her, told her that her very possession of the bird was a federal crime, and pretty much told her to mind her business and not call back! Then they hung up on her.

  • tiffanyruth Feb 15, 2013

    Awesome story and great picture, the eagle looks very well behaved! Is he wearing a Duke shirt? Gotta love NC

  • grimreaper Feb 15, 2013

    "so they wouldn't be cited for interfering with a federally protected species."

    Isn't our big government great!!! Does not matter what your intentions were (in this case to help) you would have been fined...awesome.

  • djofraleigh Feb 15, 2013

    I wouldn't have had the guts to pick it up, just call it in and sit and wait for the experts. That's a big bird with big claws and sharp beak.

  • bakerbillwade Feb 15, 2013

    We need more people like make God smile and us North Carolinians proud....

  • LKG-Lover Feb 15, 2013

    Great to see the Eagle get assistance and a good prognosis. Way to go Justin!

  • Sweet summertime Feb 15, 2013 sweet, thank you Justin for taking time to help this beautiful animal...Great job! =)

  • csmith8116 Feb 15, 2013

    Way to go Justin and Dr.

  • nic6977 Feb 15, 2013

    What a wonderful story.

  • Fireflies Rock Feb 15, 2013

    Raleigh is lucky to have such a compassionate man as Justin Bolduc working for them. Cheers to you, sir!

  • ligonmaterial23 Feb 15, 2013

    Dont know if I would want that fellow in my back seat alert and injured . We did the same for a owl one time and it went sour quick .

  • ICTrue Feb 15, 2013

    "Justin you are honored. The eagle saw your true heart and respect for life in your actions to help. Your story is one to be told at sacred campfires."

    How How!

  • MitziGaynor Feb 15, 2013

    THis is for jenjen

    It is also illegal to collect or have in your possession live native birds (adults or young), bird feathers, nests or eggs, to try to incubate wild bird eggs, to keep nests or eggs even for "show and tell" educational purposes, or to have road-killed birds in your possession without a permit. (Note: Injured native birds should be brought immediately to a licensed, trained wildlife rehabilitator who handles songbirds. More info

  • are you kidding me Feb 15, 2013

    Just awesome!!!

  • MitziGaynor Feb 15, 2013

    Why is there always one person that has to cast doom and gloom...really!

  • Nancy Feb 15, 2013

    That's fantastic!

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