Reward offered after bald eagle shot in Tennessee
A reward is being offered in West Tennessee after a bald eagle had to euthanized because of incurable injuries from a gunshot.
According to NewsChannel 5, the injured eagle was found by Tennessee Wildlife Resources officers on Tuesday. The bird was determined to have been shot following an examination by the North Madison Animal Hospital.
A reward of $2,500 is being offered for anyone with information. The numbers to call are the Region I TWRA office at (731) 423-5725 or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at (615) 736-5532.