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Feb 26, 2011


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This is really great news. Since this is a rescued eagle, if she is not successful in the wild, whether due to the absence of voice or not, will the shelter try to help her or get her back to keep?

I know conservation agencies don't like to interfere with nature, but since she was a victim of an act of man, I was just curious if she would be treated differently.

I love your blog, btw.

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