Golden Eagle newest resident at Open Door Bird Sanctuary

The Open Door Bird Sanctuary is looking forward to introducing its newest bird, a Golden Eagle. They will make the first public introduction during their annual winter open days on Saturday, February 13th, and March 13th. The new bird will join a variety of birds as it makes the sanctuary it's home. Some of their other birds include a peregrine falcon, a turkey vulture, red-tailed hawks, and an assortment of owls. Interested people can see these creatures during a private visit described by Rob Hults, the executive director of the sanctuary.




On these private tours, people will be able to see the Open Door Bird Sanctuary's variety of raptors, as well as the new Golden Eagle.  The Sanctuary is located off of County I near Jacksonport. 


Photo Submitted by Rob Hults

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