Who would consider glorious golden eagles a threat? Furthermore, who would take measures such as poisoning or shooting in darkness to rid the landscape of these creatures? Bobbie deals with this dilemma, while feeling disturbed by the hostility between her grandmother and great-uncle. Although it seems like they’re the most different people she could imagine, they are two of her most beloved.
As for the golden eagle? Bobbie watches its glorious flight from hillside and moor, aware that it’s being watched by someone else. This other someone is without awe, seeing only the potential menace this sole bird might have to grouse shooting opportunities. What is to be done? Could Bobbie become an ‘Eagle Warrior’?
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