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Getting the eagle eye. Melissa Rowe; 7; of Kingston; is taken aback as Napoleon; a 2-year-old Bateleur eagle from East Africa; spreads its wings in front of the Royal Ontario Museum. Napoleon was brought in from African Lion Safari in Rockton; Ont.; to promote its Birds of Prey show at the museum. The show is one of the March break programs starting today and running until Friday. Open in full size

Getting the eagle eye. Melissa Rowe; 7; of Kingston; is taken aback as Napoleon; a 2-year-old Bateleur eagle from East Africa; spreads its wings in front of the Royal Ontario Museum. Napoleon was brought in from African Lion Safari in Rockton; Ont.; to promote its Birds of Prey show at the museum. The show is one of the March break programs starting today and running until Friday.

Picture, Date Unknown, English

Getting the eagle eye. Melissa Rowe; 7; of Kingston; is taken aback as Napoleon; a 2-year-old Bateleur eagle from East Africa; spreads its wings in front of the Royal Ontario Museum. Napoleon was brought in from African Lion Safari in Rockton; Ont.; to promote its Birds of Prey show at the museum. The show is one of the March break programs starting today and running until Friday.

Picture, Date Unknown, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Birds - Eagles

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0003964f