The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings

How did the eagles rescue Bilbo and the dwarves?

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When Bilbo, the dwarves, and Gandalf were trapped up in fir trees with wargs (evil wolves) and goblins beneath them, the eagles (including the Lord of the Eagles) swept down from the mountains and carried the Company to safety in their eyries.

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