An Eagle Called “Liberty”
This morning I finished sorting through, editing and uploading photographs from Deborah and Brian’s wedding. Now it is time for me to catch up on my blog writing. I have much to share with you. This is the first of at least seven catch-up blog posts!
On Sunday, June 25, needing a break from reviewing the wedding photographs, Bob and I went for a drive. We ended up at the Audubon Community Nature Center, located in Jamestown NY, where we went for a short walk. At the end of our walk we visited with Liberty, the resident eagle, for a few minutes.
Liberty was found in the state of Washington, with an infected cut on her left wing. Liberty cannot be released because the muscle damage in her wing prevents her from flying well enough to hunt in the wild. Liberty can fly short distances inside her habitat. Liberty has lived at the Audubon Community Nature Center since June 2002. A group of volunteers take good care of Liberty.
6 Responses to “An Eagle Called “Liberty””
What a wonderful, truly stunning capture, Linda! Wow. 🙂
I’m glad Liberty has found a good home. You certainly got a great photo of her.
Your photo of Liberty is really nice – you caught her in action!
Hello Linda, awesome closeup of the eagle. I am glad she is being cared for. Have a happy day!
I would sure be volunteering for that job! Such a beautiful bird!