Just posting up a link to a BBC television program which I have just watched and thought it well worth mentioning. It is about Golden Eagles being trained to hunt in Mongolia by the Kazakh people and includes beautiful detailed footage showing the beauty and power of these magnificent birds; all eagles are eventually released back to the wild so they can breed (they only use female Golden Eagles for their power and size) and includes showing one eagle being returned to the wild where she began life so she can hopefully breed and live freely.
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