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Observing & Portraying the Endangered Harpy Eagle & its Habitat
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Harpy Eagle in Aviary at Summit Botanical Gardens  
Sunday, December 4, 2005
Had the opportunity to get up close and personal with the pair of Harpy Eagles that are kept in the Aviary at Summit, near Soberania National Park, for educational purposes.  This bird, a 40-year old female, is a wonderful example of the beauty and power of these raptors.
 
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Photo credit: David and Ly Kitler
Equipment Used: Nikon D70s
AFC Flag Expedition #1:
Observing & Portraying the Endangered Harpy Eagle & its Habitat™
AFC Flag Expedition Artist and AFC Flag Ambassador: David N. Kitler
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