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Well the American bald eagle stands for freedom and what better time to celebrate the national emblem then this Memorial Day weekend we're joined by the founder and president -- American Eagle foundation.
Albert -- and that to help the foundation you can purchase the book challenge.
America's favorite eagle.
And there's the book on the table and I don't lean over so you always tell me Albert don't get too close to.
-- -- because that's -- -- challenger might reach over and you might think you have food.
Your -- -- -- pick up the book out yeah I would tell our audience about something especially because you as a -- -- -- -- digital age with the bald Eagles certainly ever all the kids can come to see challenger we get to see challenge at the stadiums were vicious video of that second but.
-- -- have a bald eagle camera set up now on a nest right now it's an eagle Stults about that.
Right the pair is independence in Franklin made there are disabled pair that have been shot both got shot in the wing and and they repaired a matter foundation they have three -- right now.
You can watch the -- 24/7.
-- going to be in and that's for another four weeks and Eagles dot org.
And you -- see all kinds of activities and being fed and learning how to move around and all the all sorts of activities.
Great video we've seen in civil legal right now on the NASA you can actually look at it where where's -- -- down in this.
Actually it in Dolly would a dollar pardons by our sponsor for 22 years now and and we have a nest on the park and inside eagle mountain sanctuary.
So we're seeing some video now we didn't see video of the national hopefully get that by the -- segment we have -- challenger here flying through the stadiums and you guys do this at different events where -- of one person sends a -- outages flies often comes back.
Ali once we release them -- that and a high seating section of the stadium he pretty much says what he wants to do I'm usually on the pitcher's mound and -- airline.
And now he comes to my glove -- -- during the playing of the National Anthem.
So what does a response when kids get to see.
Challenger what do you think it means to them have parents explaining this national emblem to them.
We you know having it whether it's kids or adults everyone's in -- when they get to be right up close as you are right now they just start they're just awestruck by seeing challenges beauty and his majesty.
And of course the symbolism that he's represented for our country for so many years.
Various and it's he's 24 years old this year twice or.
And eagle population -- had a chance it was up in Alaska last year had a chance to see some bald Eagles in the wild up on some nests in some trees on the on the hillside.
And is actually gorgeous and it was a time of course when I was a child and -- been I was drawn hand drawing them in elementary school in and you know we had a class -- hand drawing bald Eagles and elementary school.
That they were endangered obviously still endangered but they've come back.
Right -- made a great comeback they're actually removed from the -- they weren't -- -- in 2007 challenger was eagle there represented in the the United States when that he was taken out they still on the there's two different let's see endangered and then there's the next one down threatens threatened -- -- still on -- present lest you and other protected species now nice they're protected still -- the -- and golden -- act of 1940.
-- now but thanks so much he -- the book challenger to help educate your children about America's favorite either.
In this this summer were allow it's a family of a fallen -- -- name one of the -- that we're gonna released into the wild so that's wonderful and you can watch the Eagles camera again what's the website for the eagle -- Eagles dot org -- dot -- very simple.
Albert Great to see on this Memorial Day weekend thanks for -- -- -- are.
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