Rescued eagle sent to Iowa Nation aviary
An immature bald eagle that was rescued and rehabilitated in Michigan has a found a new home with the Iowa Nation of Oklahoma.

The eagle, known as "Golda," spent three years in captivity, couldn't be released in the wild due to developmental issues. So the Michigan Department of Natural Resources reached out to the tribe's aviary.

"When she moults, her feathers will be used by tribal members under our religious-use permit," Victor Roubidoux, the tribe's wildlife manager, told The Traverse City Record-Eagle.

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Eagle finds a new home (The Traverse City Record-Eagle 6/22)

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