Canadian Brothers Who Rescued Bald Eagle Took An Epic Selfie

Canadian Brothers Who Rescued Bald Eagle Took An Epic Selfie
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How many of you have ever seen a Bald eagle or have taken a picture with one? I guess a few or none of us ever had this opportunity as these birds are unique and are found in the regions of North America. Luckily, these two Canadian brothers Michael and Neil Fletcher got the chance to meet this rare species. And now they are treated as celebrities on the internet for a valid reason!

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Big black bird stuck in a hunting trap.

 Big black bird stuck in a hunting trap.

On Tuesday morning, when Michael and Neil Fletcher went out for hunting where they found a big black bird struggling inside a hunting trap.

It was a Bald Eagle!

It was a Bald Eagle!

Canadian brothers then decided to help this aerial predator.

Hoodie was a big help to them.

 Hoodie was a big help to them.

Although they were trying their best to help the eagle, this aerial predator wasn't so friendly to them. They were facing many difficulties in their job to free the eagle.

Finally! The eagle was set free from the trap.

Finally! The eagle was set free from the trap.

Michael Fletcher said- "When we got close to the bird, it tried to fly away. So I took my hoodie off and put it around its head. This calmed it right down". While they kept it calm, the trap was slowly pried open.

Say hello, to Mr Eagle.

Say hello, to Mr Eagle.

They didn't miss the chance and took the selfie with the Bald eagle. The eagle was then safely released back to the blue sky.

Here is the complete video!