...Like An Eagle
John Pezzenti's Freedom Book
They recognize him, the eagles.
Not all of them, of course, but enough of them so that he can get close...and
closer still. "I learned that eagles can recognize a face for
over 20 years," John Pezzenti, Jr. says. "And they're
territorial, they'll return to a tree where they nested the year
before. So I'd go back, knowing that the eagle is going to nest
there, and it recognizes me and knows I didn't do anything bad
the year before, so it allows me, each year, to get a little closer."
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