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Katie McGaha: The show-off, grandstanding Sano Eagle

2013-03-31 - Sano Community, Adair Co., KY - Photo by Kellie McGaha. Katie McGaha stands at the entrance to her family's home on Sano Road/KY 1929, Sano, KY, with the Free Union Separate Baptist Church in the background, and across the road, in the field, the American Bald Eagle eating a road kill possum. The eagle seemed oblivious to the humans around while eating, but at other times seemed to bask in the notoriety his presence brought to the community, even seeming to pose for photos. At times cars were parked all along the roadway. Katie and her twin, Kellie, are freshmen at Adair County High School. The McGaha farm was once known - and still is by many - as the Granvil Cravens place. It's on the Adair County side of Sano.
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