Angelkeep Journals: Eagle never spotted at Angelkeep
June 19, 2014 — By Alan Daugherty
All spring, since the weather warmed, the sky was searched for an eagle. Vultures or turkey buzzards (as Hoosiers like to call them) are plentiful. Oh, where, oh where, can the eagle have gone?
A local doctor spots them regularly. His story goes, while up a ladder hanging a birdhouse, one eagle did a fly-by below his eye level. Cousin Sue (Gwen’s kin) watches them out her windows all the time; or at least one frequent flyer. But can Angelkeep have the privilege? Not once.
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