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Photo: Eagle on the mend

At the Bird Treatment and Learning Center in Anchorage, volunteer Cindy Palmatier holds the head of a bald eagle in January while her husband, Todd Palmatier, feeds it a formula that includes baby food and meat...
Alaska dentist fixes eagle's broken beak

...with severe damage to his beak, apparently from fishing line that wrapped around it and started cutting into it. Cindy Palmatier at the Bird Treatment and Learning Center says staff there decided to turn to dentist Kirk Johnson, who thought of...
Festival a fond farewell to bandaged birds

...anyone's guess. "The buffaloes had babies around, and they didn't care for an eagle sitting there," said Cindy Palmatier, the rehabilitation director of the Bird Treatment and Learning Center in Anchorage. "So they stomped him." A...
Recent resuce @ the Juneau Raptor Center: 'Archie'

...decision was made to send the bird to Anchorage's Bird TLC. X-rays revealed a broken wing. Care: On Nov. 29, Cindy Palmatier, director of avian care for Bird TLC, said the bird was doing well. "The little beggar is eating us out of house...
Dentist wants to help bald eagle get beak back

...experts have fixed bird beaks before. "We ship them off to the experts and see what they can come up with," said Cindy Palmatier, director of avian care at the Anchorage center. The experts will have several options to consider for helping this...
Alaska Digest

...Wheeler said, but the logistics of flying the eagles back to Kodiak could mean they're released in Anchorage, said Cindy Palmatier, director of avian care at the rescue center. The eagles are likely to remain at the recovery center for at least...
Alaska bald eagle survives plunge after mating dance

...and Learning Center, where she is slowly emerging from shock. "She is less dazed and confused every day," said Cindy Palmatier, the center's rehabilitation director. "She had this inward stare the first couple days." Judging by the bird's...


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