When Jason Galvin spotted an eagle hanging from a tree outside is home in Minnesota, he knew he had to do something, particularly when none of the emergency services in the area wanted to help him out. Instead of letting the bird die, he took things into his own hands. It was time to grab his gun.
Jason was in the army for years, two tours in Afghanistan, total. He was good with the weapon. So, after gaining approval, he took out his rifle and took a shot. He started shooting at the rope that the eagle was stranded in, whilst at the same time ensuring that he did not shot the leg of the eagle.
After two hours, and after more than 150 shots, the bird was finally free.
Watch the video to see what happened next.