You just hang on and look over the edge for stuff ..... Lucky. It's the Winter Olympics! Anybody remember Eddie the Eagle???
Bald Eagles are very common here. There is lots of territory, food, and there are high perches. Before long they may become a nuisance, iconic as they are. Did you know that when a dead eagle is found its remains are sent to the National Eagle Repository, in Denver, where they are made available to native Americans?
You cant be an eagle baby, you wouldnt like what they eat. It is illegal in Ok to pick up feathers from Red Tail Hawks too! If you see a dead one you must leave it alone.
Lucky, don't jump, your ears aren't wings...
That reminds me of this Tennyson poem.
He clasps the crag with crooked hands;
Close to the sun in lonely lands,
Ringed with the azure world, he stands.
The wrinkled sea beneath him crawls;
He watches from his mountain walls,
And like a thunderbolt he falls.
Lucky looks like a little adorable lump of fuzzness to hug.
Soar with the eagles, Lucky! Or maybe just hop on down and see if there's fresh hay waiting.
You better get some bigger ears 'cause handsome as those appendages you've got are, they are not going to support your well fed bunny physique....
Watch for "the Snow Leopard" at this Olympics - a fellow from Ghana who is competing in the downhill skiing. He learned to ski, and trained on, an indoor ski hill in the UK!
Lucky - you'd be the cutest eagle I've ever seen
Apparently not as young as I thought I was I remember Eddie the Eagle
Lucky, you can be the symbol of the U.S.--you have a much cuter nose.
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