By metroman on Jan 10, 2013 | In Uncategorized
Bald Eagle Bone Necklace
This Necklace takes 80 dead Eagles to make. In the next few weeks the last string of bones will be placed on it. All dead Eagles were found by me in the forest over a 10 Year span. This Necklace was recorded and photographed at the Canadian Conservation office by Jack Evens.
I’m a sun dancer I like to se if you have eagle feather for sale I have my liege paper for it
You must have trapped all those EAGLES. Eagles don’t belong to Canada they belong to the Aboriginals and First Nations.
First Eagles Dont Belong to Aboriginals or First Nations They belong to themselves
Second I’m Aboriginal
3rd I dint do what most would do for its feathers beak and claws
So I Dont Kill Or Trap Or Harm Them
I went into the forest looking for the dead Eagles
like in the photos of me with different persons that I Take Out
By Your Comment I dont Expect a Raciest Person like yourself who believes that they own Eagles would understand that
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