2002 High Honors
Winners:
Zuni Fish and Wildlife Department, Pueblo of Zuni (Zuni, New Mexico)
2002
Publication:
Honoring Contributions in the Governance of American Indian Nations in the United States
Organization:
Honoring Contributions in the Governance of American Indian Nations in the United States
Jurisdiction:
Tribal Governments
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Created in 1999, the Zuni Eagle Sanctuary is the first eagle sanctuary owned and operated by Native Americans as well as the first aviary constructed for the purpose of cultural preservation. Combining both functional aspects of eagle care with an aesthetic that reflects the natural surroundings of Zuni, the Sanctuary is home to more than twenty eagles that otherwise would have been destroyed. Successfully meeting the Zunis
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