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Osprey Rescue Fort Belvoir Fire and Emergency Services

The crew of Truck 464 from Fort Belvoir Fire and Emergency Services set free an osprey that had been entangled in fishing line in its nest near the base's indoor archery range. (Image taken by Sydney J. Kane on 07 Apr 2013 w
ith Canon EOS 5D Mark II at ISO 200, f7.1, 1/500 sec and 85mm)


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