New Eagle Carving Unveiled at World Center for Birds of Prey
16 May 2007Visitors to the World Center for Birds of Prey have been fooled by a new art installation in the center's lobby. The life-size wood carving of a Bald Eagle in flight is so precise that it is easy to believe it could have once been a live raptor.
Titled "Power and Grace," the artwork by renowned wildlife artist Jim Robison of Hopedale, Illinois, is valued at $250,000. It was donated to The Peregrine Fund by Dick Uihlein, a sportsman and patron of wildlife arts from Chicago, Illinois.
For more information, contact:
|Susan Whaley |
|Public Relations Coordinator|
|Main Phone: ||208-362-3716|
|Direct Phone: ||208-362-8274|
|Cell Phone: ||208-860-2641|
Susan Whaley, Public Relations Coordinator, (208) 362-8274, cell: (208) 860-2641
Jack Cafferty, Director, World Center for Birds of Prey Interpretive Center, (208) 362-8687