BirkenstocksIn general all eagles are found in the mountainous and ill peopled countries, and breed among the loftiest cliffs. They choose those places which are remotest frem man, npon whose possessions they but seldom make their depredations, being contented.rather to follow the wild game in the forest, lban to risk their safety to'satisfy their hunger requires great patience and much art to tame an eagle; and even though taken young, and brought under by long assiduity, yet still it is a dangerous domestic, and often turns its force against its master.
Birkenstock When brought into the field for Birkenstock the purposes of fowling, Birkenstock shoes the falconer is never sure of its attachment; the innate pride, and loye of liberty, still prompt it to regain its native solitudes; and the moment the falconer sees it, when let loose, first stoop towards the ground, and then rise perpendicularly into the clouds, he gives up all his former labor for lost; quite sure of never beholding his late prisoner more. Sometimes, however, they are brought to have an birkenstock outlet attachment for their feeder; they are then highly Birkenstock sandals serviceable, and liberally provide for his pleasures and support. When the falconer lets diem go from his hand, they play about and hover round him till their game presents, which they see at an immense distance, and pursue with certain destruction. They have, however, never been used in European falconry. It is only in the east that they have been so employed.Of all animals the eagle flies highest, and on this account he was called by the ancients the Bird of Jove. When M. Eamond ascended Mont Perdu, in the Pyrenees, nearly three miles above the level of the sea, he saw a golden eagle far above him, dashing rapidly to windward against a strong gale. Of all birds, also, the eagle has the quickest eye; but his sense of smelling is far inferior to that of the vulture.