5 edition of eagle lady, Jean Keene found in the catalog.
Describes activities of Jean Keene, best known as the Eagle Lady, who has fed an enormous gathering of eagles at the Homer Spit Campground.
|Statement||by Cary Anderson.|
|LC Classifications||QL696.F32 A54 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||2004297924|
She’s Jean Keene, the “Eagle Lady,” the winner of the Lifetime Meritorious Service Award from the American Bald Eagle Foundation. She’s the subject of an admiring picture book. What made the area famous to photographers was a woman named Jean Keene, who hand fed bald eagles in the Homer area for many years until her death in Known around the world as “the eagle lady”, it is believed that Keene caused several hundred bald eagles become more acclimated to humans.
Eagle feeding in Homer was outlawed a few years ago, but there is a lady there named Jean Keene who lives on the spit and has been feeding the eagles for a long time, and she has been given an. Jean Keene is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Jean Keene and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world.
View the profiles of people named Jean Keene. Join Facebook to connect with Jean Keene and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share. Jean Keene, (nee Hodgdon) the Eagle Lady of Homer, Alaska, died Jan. 13, , at her home.
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The Eagle Lady, Jean Keene: New Book. Her daily congregation of more than wild eagles is hard to believe, but well documented. Author Cary Anderson illustrates Keene's fascinating life among the eagles and recounts her little known, earlier days as a rodeo daredevil.
Richly illustrated. See book preview. Jean Keene, widely known as the Homer "Eagle Lady," shared her love and knowledge of eagles with visitors before she passed away Janu She was In Keene relocated from Aitkin, Minnesota to Homer, where she lived in a motorhome parked within a small enclosure, in the middle of a campground near the outer end of the on:Jean Keene - The Eagle Lady Jean Keene, widely known as the "Eagle Lady," passed away Janu ; she was In Jean Keene relocated from Aitkin, MN to Alaska, where she lived in a trailer parked within a small enclosure, which was surrounded by a campground on the Homer Spit.
The Eagle Lady, Jean Keene: Preview from new book includes photos of her fascinating life among the eagles in Alaska and recounts her little known, earlier days as a rodeo daredevil. Keene is depicted in Ripley's Believe It Or Not. and shown with singing cowboy Gene Autry etc.
The book is richly illustrated. See book preview. Get this from a library. The eagle lady: Jean Keene. [Cary Anderson] -- Describes activities of Jean Keene, best known as the Eagle Lady, who has fed an enormous gathering of eagles at the Homer Spit Campground.
The subject of the book, the Eagle Lady, Jean Keene, passed away in January '09, so I never got to meet her.
I did come back to Homer in March, however, and witnessed one of the last feedings allowed. (The Homer city council had previously passed a law that required the feedings to cease upon her death, but the authorities allowed one of her /5. Jean Keene, the year-old Eagle Lady whose feeding program drew hundreds of bald eagles and scores of nature photographers to the Homer Spit each winter, died Tuesday evening in her Spit : Tom Kizzia.
The Eagle Lady is full of amazing observances. Reviewed in the United States on Novem Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase. This is an awesome book for anyone who loves eagles. Amazing story of one woman's dedication to /5(13).
The Eagle Lady, year-old Jean Keene, fed an enormous gathering of eagles at the Homer Spit on winter mornings for more than 25 years. Her daily congregation of more than wild eagles was mentioned in Ripley's Believe It or Not!Brand: Eagle Eye Pictures. But unlike the movie, these birds are Homer's feathered friends, thanks to year-old Jean Keene.
Locals know Keene as "the Eagle Lady," and she is the person responsible for drawing the bevy of. Jean was the daughter of James Oscar Hodgdon Jr and Florence E St. John. She was the eldest of four children all of whom were born in Minnesota. Jean grew up on a dairy farm and in her early years worked as a horse trainer and trick rider for the Red River Rodeo.
It was during one of her trick rides that she was. Longtime Homer resident Jean Keene, 86, best known as "The Eagle Lady," died Jan. 13,of natural causes in the company of close friends at.
Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Jean “Eagle Lady” Hodgdon Keene (20 Oct –13 Jan ), Find a Grave Memorial no. ; Maintained by G47 (contributor ) Cremated, Other, who reports a see detailes in bio.
Jean Keene (Octo – Janu ), also known as the Eagle Lady, was a former rodeo trick rider who became the subject of national attention due to her feeding of wild bald eagles on the Homer Spit in Homer, gh she had many supporters for the feedings, she was also criticized for drawing a large population of eagles to the area.
Well at Jean's place, too much lens became a reality. Photos above are from February 9, and were captured at Jean Keene's residence. Jean Keene is. Jean Keene, widely known as the Homer "Eagle Lady," shared her love and knowledge of eagles with visitors before she passed away Janu She was She came to Alaska as a former rodeo queen inrelocating from Aitkin, Minnesota to Homer.
Jean Keene, widely known as the Homer "Eagle Lady," shared her love and knowledge of eagles with visitors before she passed away Janu She was In Keene relocated from Aitkin, Minnesota to Homer, where she lived in a motorhome parked within a small enclosure, in the middle of a campground near the outer end of the Spit.
Oracle JDeveloper by Cary Jensen, Loy Anderson, Blake Stone and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Jean Keene ("The Eagle Lady", –), American rodeo trick rider; John Keene (disambiguation), multiple people; Joseph Keene (–), American Medal of Honor recipient; Judith Keene (active –), Commandant of Cadets at the U.S.
Coast Guard Academy; Katy Keene, strip cartoon character created by Bill Woggon in A very special lady, Jean Keene, winter fed as many as of these birds on the Homer Spit. Many pictures of Eagles in National Geographic and other nature magazines were taken here.
Her story can be found in a book titled "The Eagle Lady". The next video is starting stop. Loading.It’s called The Eagle Lady by Cary Anderson. This book would be worth owning just for its beautiful photos of Alaska, including a stunning one of bright green-and-white Aurora Borealis lights in the night sky, but the real gist of the book is an absorbing pictorial documentation of the saga of Jean Keene.Get reviews, hours, directions, coupons and more for Eagle Books at 19 West St, Keene, NH Search for other Used & Rare Books in Keene on The Real Yellow Pages®.
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