May 23, 2018

Brave Breakthrough marks success for eagle, aviary, nature and Nation

  Submitted by Jennifer Randell and Bree Dunham Wadasé Zhabwé, originally named Penojés, was one of the first eight eagles to call the Citizen Potawatomi Nation […]
March 16, 2018

Eagle guests play, relax during aviary visit

Submitted by Jennifer Randell and Bree Dunham The plan for this article was to compare and highlight the differences in the telemetry data and progress of […]
February 14, 2018

Mko Kno, Wadasé Zhabwé show resourceful tenacity during harsh winter season

Submitted by Jennifer Randell and Bree Dunham, Eagle Aviary At the time of our last update, Mko Kno was still north of Lincoln, Nebraska, a few […]
February 12, 2018

CPN’s Wzhitawen Project builds equity upon a strong heritage

Editor’s note: A version of this story was published in the summer 2017 edition of TeachLink as part of a three-part series on the Wzhitawen project. […]
December 26, 2017

A tale of two trackers

Submitted by Jennifer Randell and Bree Dunham As most of you may know, Sept. 20, we successfully released Mko Kno, the first eaglet that was hatched […]
November 1, 2017

Mko Kno soars

A juvenile bald eagle, hatched at the Citizen Potawatomi Nation Eagle Aviary March 21, was released Sept. 20. The release marks the second time that CPN; […]
October 17, 2017

Wadasé comes home

Contributed by Jennifer Randell and Bree Dunham After being gone a little more than eight months, Wadasé Zhabwé is home. Maybe she got wind of the […]
September 28, 2017

Red Willow is a flightless yet fearless family member

According to Potawatomi heritage, eagles are a sacred and important animal. They are prayer warriors who carry prayers up to the Creator. But what happens when […]
April 18, 2016

Wadase update: April 2016

There’s a day in April that is highlighted in bright yellow on the aviary’s calendar. It was marked not as reminder, but as a countdown to […]