The Maze - Chapters 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9 and 10 Summary

In Chapter 9, Rick asks about the eagle he saw. Her name is Sky, and she can't live in the wild because her left wing had been amputated after she was shot. People also needlessly shoot condors and poison the squirrels they eat. Lon says M4 has roosted north, out of sight, which is a concern because the birds are supposed to form a flock. Lon also points out a pen camouflaged on the slope, where the birds had been acclimatized before their release. Over breakfast, Lon says he radioed a park ranger about the possible looters, but he doubts they've been caught.

Lon gets one of the calves, a stillborn dairy calf. He asks Rick to drive the steep 800 feet up to a flat where they will leave the "bird feed." Then, they take a look around. Two condors are tentatively...

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