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
Photo with a life history of your adopted animal, fact sheet, an adoption certificate, and a Hawk Creek calendar.

Grandparent Level – $75
The above benefits plus two admission tickets (each good for one individual) that can be used for our Wild Earth Day, Animal Play Day, Enchanted Wild Fest or Spooky Safari!

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.