It's hard for some people to describe how much they love animals, because they have an easier time showing their admiration for the animal kingdom with their actions.
This passion is what drove Krzystof Chomicz to become a wildlife photographer, and what made him decide to rescue a dying white-tailed eagle from the thick coastal mud and nurse it back to health.
Krzystof spotted the dying eagle near the Polish seaside town of Swinoujscie, stuck in the mud after the tide washed out, and his one man rescue operation was filmed by news cameras and drones.
But Krzystof proved he wasn't in it for the glory by spending the time and effort to treat the wounded raptor until he was fit for flight, setting his newfound friend free to hunt and soar again.
-Via Laughing Squid