Courier-Islander Published: Saturday, December 29, 2012 - Canada
Two eagles, stuck in a death lock in the chilly waters of the Campbell River with their talons entangled, were rescued thanks to the remarkable efforts of a local couple.
Ed and Jo Ivanisko.
Their eagles talons were tangled up together in the marshy undergrowth along the shore line, and they had been there a long time.
It was high tide and they were visibly shivering, water was rippling at the edge of their wings.
No one knew if they fell there or floated there.
Faced with certain death , Ed realized there was no time to wait , so he ventured into the freezing water with a blanket and a towel in an effort to get them out.
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