Bald Eagle At Mclane Center
This image captures the resident Bald Eagle at NH Audubon's McLane Center in Concord, New Hampshire. The now 24-year old Bald Eagle came to NH Audubon in 1999 from the Adirondack Park Visitor Center. He had been found injured in July 1998, in a marsh near Upper Saranac Lake, NY. After being captured by a wildlife biologist, he was treated by a veterinarian, who, after extensive consultation with other wildlife vets, removed the lower part of his badly broken left wing. Though the eagle is not releasable due to his injury, he serves an important role as an ambassador of wildlife. He provides visitors to the McLane Center with a rare glimpse into the wonder and mystery of the natural world, inspiring us all to take an active part in protecting it. Your purchase here helps support the care of this bird.
April 25th, 2012
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