Birds are very interesting creatures. When I was in undergrad, I worked at a pet store. The store had a rose breasted cockatoo named Rosie. Rosie quickly became my buddy when she found out I would give her crickets each time a customer needed some. A few years later, I got married. One of the first pets my husband and I adopted was an umbrella cockatoo named Molly. Unfortunately, the next pet we adopted was a black lab puppy named Major. Major really wanted to play with Molly. We felt it was in Molly's best interest to find a new home before Major hurt her.
If you read my blog, you know that from time to time, I go with my husband on his business trips. I am his +1. This past week we traveled to Canada. Aren't the views beautiful!
We stayed at the Fairmont Banff Springs which looked like a castle in the mountains.
One of the nights we had a business dinner at a the Norquay Ski Lodge. A variety of people were brought in showcase the culture of the area. There was a birds of prey expert who let us hold this golden eagle. Isn't he majestic looking?
Of course, after getting an up close and personal look at this big guy, I felt inspired to write a lesson about him. It is a freebie for you!
Click HERE to download this freebie.
Click HERE to see different birds of prey flying.
Click HERE to see video about falconry.
Click HERE to see the bird's eye view of a golden eagle.
A camera was placed on this bird.