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Saving Eagle Mitch: One Good Deed in a Wicked World

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In the spring of 2010, as the world s economy faced a potential meltdown and the United States tried to win one war and maneuver its way out of another, one lone Steppe Eagle, shot down on a firing range in Afghanistan, faced problems of his own. Fortunately, help was available from former Army Ranger Scott Hickman and his buddy, Navy SEAL Greg Wright, who took him in and ...more
Paperback, 130 pages
Published May 1st 2013 by Excelsior Editions/State University of New York Press
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Emily Crow
True story of a wounded steppe eagle rescued by soldiers in Afghanistan and brought, with monumental effort and persistence on the part of the author and many others, to a bird sanctuary in New York State. I loved the parts that were directly about Eagle Mitch, and I admire the stubbornness of everyone who fought to keep him from "dying of red tape" due to the Kafkaesque bureaucratic hurdles in their way. The writing itself didn't completely engage me, though; since the author is also a fiction ...more
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I once asked a college class I was teaching to give me their biographies using one piece of paper, any way they wanted. I got back origami, paper airplanes, essays, crayola drawings and more - which made for some fun, instead of reading insipid, uninspired lists of facts.
My biography, using one piece of paper, would be a drawing of a tree, with roots reaching down through the darkest part of the
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