The 70-day-old eagle, nicknamed “Phoenix,” was discovered by a Wildlife Resources volunteer last week, after the 5,500-acre Dump Fire destroyed much of its habitat and left it with severe burns over its body.
July 6, 2012 A 70-day-old golden eagle in Ogden, Utah, was found alive on June 28 behind a charred tree, about 25 feet below his nest, which had been burned to a crisp in a 5,500-acre wildfire near Saratoga Springs. The raptor, which suffered burns on its talons, beak, head and wings, was taken to the Wildlife Rehbilitation Center of Ogden, where he was nicknamed "Phoenix."Leah Hogsten/Salt Lake Tribune via AP
President Trump and first lady Melania Trump lit the National Christmas Tree for the first time. The program was hosted by television personality Kathie Lee Gifford and actor Dean Cain and featured performances by the Beach Boys, Jack Wagner, Wynonna Judd, Craig Campbell and others.