This is the second young eagle, just learning to fly at the end of June that became separated from his parents. Unable to feed himself, and with the oppressive summer heat he was on the verge of death. After intensive care, fluids and feedings by Martin Tyner, rehabilitator at the Southwest Wildlife Foundation, this young eagle has regained its strength and is now ready to be returned to the sky. There is a common belief among many native people, that if you say your prayers with an eagle feather, the eagle feather will carry your prayers to God. An eagle has over seven thousand feathers.
We invite everyone to join us sending prayers on the wings of an eagle, at this release Saturday August 22nd at 5pm at the “C” Overlook above Cedar City, Utah.
Directions to the “C” Overlook:
Take I-15 to Cedar City exit and proceed downtown on Main Street to Center Street. Go east on Center Street heading up Cedar Canyon, Highway 14. Travel approximately five miles and just before you get to Milts Stage Stop, turn right (south) toward Kolob Reservoir. Travel up the paved road, climbing in altitude. Cross the first cattle guard, and just before your reach the second cattle guard turn right. Less than a hundred feet you will arrive at the small parking area above the “C” overlook.
Pass this on to your friends so they can participate too.
Thank-you Erin O’Boyle www.eobphoto.com for these beautiful pictures you took at our last release.
Please visit our website at www.gowildlife.org
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