Well, no sooner did Brian get his bird back, but, Michael Kuriga lost his golden in Pennsylvania. Michael was flying his bird when it soared up to about 1000 feet and started to drift. Michael got his receiver out and tracked the bird, but, the signal was very weak and soon disappeared. A day later Michael found out his Marshall receiver was only receiving from about 100 feet due to a problem with the receiver. By that time the golden was gone. He has a lot of people looking for it, so, maybe it will show up.
Michael Kuriga has asked that this be passed along...a week or so ago his male > golden eagle decided to go sight-seeing while they were out chasing > bunnies. He was in the Allenwood, Pa. area, and the last he saw of Arrow, > he was soaring over the 1500' mountain nearby, and specking out. Michael's > telemetry chose that moment to fail, so he lost the signal while still > watching the eagle. The transmitter may still have some life left in it, > and is transmitting on 216.018. > > Michael's cell phone # is 570-971-1393...anybody in the N.E. who thinks > they've seen Arrow, please let Michael know, especially if you can confirm > jesses with your sighting...there's still wild eagles around the area as > well.