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eaglet

a young eagle
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And the letter was concluded and in silence the eaglet fell into a reverie.
Palmateer gently placed the eaglet, estimated to be about 5 to 6 weeks old, in the enclosed container for its first trip to solid ground.
Eaglet Investment Trust, once Dowding's second-largest investor, sold the last of its holdings through stockbroker Charles Stanley at the end of August.
Biologist Dr Graham Wishart and falconer Andrew Knowles-Brown collaborated in producing the eaglet from golden eagle Tallin's sperm.
The newborn eaglet was then adopted and raised by prairie chickens.
The conservation group will be releasing a captive hatched Florida bald eaglet into the wilds of the Great Smoky Mountains on June 20th to honor a fallen U.
The vessel hosted potential Royal Navy recruits, Sea Cadets, college students, Royal Navy Reservists from HMS Eaglet and other local organisations.
She earned the Girl Scouts highest award the Golden Eaglet.
The Board of Eaglet notes the recent announcement by Advance UK Trust PLC,
The Rev John Williams, chaplain of the Naval Reserve at HMS Eaglet, said prayers over the boat, which was then officially named Consortium and christened with Champagne by Judith Greensmith, the High Sheriff of Merseyside.
TEXT: Industrial investor Peter Webb's Eaglet Investment Trust gave good reason for optimism on Friday, when it issued its half year results.