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Conversations with an Eagle The Story of a Remarkable Relationship

Biography / Memoir
By: Brenda Cox(Author)
261 pages
Publisher: Greystone Books
Conversations with an Eagle
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  • Conversations with an Eagle ISBN: 9781550548112 Paperback Apr 2003 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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"Nothing in the world prepares you for an eagle leaping to your arm," says the author of this moving memoir. When Brenda Cox found Ichabod, a ten-week-old female bald eagle blown out of her nest, a profound relationship began. Cox experienced many exhilarating moments and more than a few close calls during the time she trained the bird for falconry and forged a deep bond with one of the most beautiful and elusive creatures. This story recalls that unusual relationship which spanned eight years.

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Brenda Cox studied biology and geography at Simon Fraser University, where she spent eight years as a supervisor at a wildlife sanctuary. Brenda currently lives in Surrey, British Columbia.

Biography / Memoir
By: Brenda Cox(Author)
261 pages
Publisher: Greystone Books
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