Gifts of an Eagle
By Kent Durden
Illustrations by Peter Parnell
Gifts of an Eagle is the true story of Ed Durden and a golden eagle, as documented by Ed’s son, Kent. The 16 years Ed and ‘Lady’ spent together were more than Ed could have ever expected, and the story remains a touching and astonishing classic.
This book is a glorious read, and an uplifting experience for anyone who loves eagles. Originally published in 1972 by Simon & Schuster, it remained on the New York best sellers list for 8 weeks.
“What a superb book…an outstanding story of one of the grandest creatures of nature, written with rare knowledge and understanding of the subject. It combines keen observation with a remarkable intimate relationship, so seldom found in studies of wild creatures. It should become a “classic”…”
—Joy Adamson, author of Born Free
5.25″ x 8″
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