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OSCEOLA

Photograph courtesy of Eleanor Davies
© AEF.  All Rights Reserved


Osceola is a permanently disabled and Non-Releasable bald eagle cared
for by the American Eagle Foundation and possessed under educational
permits issued by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Tennessee
Wildlife Resources Agency. Osceola has a full wing amputated and can no
longer survive in the wild, but has been trained and used in environmental
educational programs since 1983.


John Stokes has 42 years experience as a hang glider pilot, 40 years
as an eagle caretaker
, employed by Wings to Soar since 2013
( http://www.soarsouth.org ) and conducts programs at
Rock City (www.seerockcity.com) above Chattanooga,Tennessee.


Be Sure To Get John's New Book

 

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And go to Youtube to see a video on the Book

Go Here For The Book Blog

 


 

To see a video of our flights Click Here or Box Below

 

To see a video of our Good Morning America Interview

http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=GkVG0lEv_nQ&vq


All graphics, pictures and text on this site can not be used for any
purpose without written permission of
 John Stokes and the American
Eagle Foundation (AEF)


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