How crazy is that?!

Two bald eagles have been saved by two different state troopers since Sunday in Minnesota.

A Minnesota state trooper and a Rice County deputy found the eagle by Shields Lake along Highway 21, northwest of Faribault on Tuesday.

The eagle is being held at The Faribault Veterinary Clinic until the University of Minnesota's Raptor Center can retrieve it.

Last Sunday, a Minnesota state trooper saved an injured bald eagle in Eagan off 494.

Personally, I give these troopers props! Big birds like that are scary with their huge beaks and talons!

Source: KARE 11