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A young steppe eagle and his mother fly to Nepal from Mongolia, where Griffy, a Himalayan griffon, chases the hungry Steppe from the feeding station, but Garuda, a white-rumped vulture, intervenes and becomes Steppe's friend. Steppe's mother is angered at first, but learns the lesson that each species has its role to play.
Designed by Breanna Epp with Maeve Lausch
vultures, birds, Nepal
Animal Sciences | Biodiversity | Environmental Education | Natural Resources and Conservation | Natural Resources Management and Policy | Ornithology | Other Environmental Sciences | Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecology
Pokharel, Anisha, "Friendship at the Feeding Station" (2020). Zea E-Books Collection. 88.
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