Bald Eagle
Gryphon was found as a young bird tangled in discarded fishing line by a river. The line had wrapped tightly around his wings and feet. The constriction of the line caused him to lose a toe and suffer permanent damage to his wings, which prevents him from flying properly. Gryphon is a daily reminder that humans must use more caution with what we leave in our environment. Discarded fishing line is a common threat for fish eating bald eagles in the wild.
Est. Hatched: 5/1/2006 Arrived: 4/28/2017

Choose your adoption level!

When adopting, select your adoption level as follows:

Aunt & Uncle – $40
5×7 photo & life history of your adopted animal, natural history, an adoptions certificate, & 1 year subscription of HCWC’s newsletter.

Grandparent Level – $75
The above benefits plus an adult admission ticket for our Wildlife Renaissance Festival.

Brother & Sister Level – $100
The above benefits plus a special gift from our store.

Parent Level – $250
All previous benefits plus a Hawk Creek t-shirt. Please include size in Special Instructions section of shopping cart.