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Archimedes was hatched in human care in 2000 for placement in a breeding program in Pennsylvania. Despite many attempts, he was never able to find a compatible female and was sent to Cascades Raptor Center to join the Education Team in February 2006. Archimedes is a visitor favorite and often greets staff and volunteers he knows with a “squeaky tire” vocalization, or excited hoo-hoo sounds.

Archimedes is enthusiastic for training sessions, knowing how to target to various perches, a trainer’s gauntlet, or the scale for morning weigh-ins. He’s also fond of his travel crate, often choosing to go inside even when no one is around to reinforce him with mice. After a training session, he rushes over to his human co-worker to accept his favorite ball, which he carries around his aviary in his talons or beak and caches in the corner for safekeeping.

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Adoptive “Parents” of Archimedes:
Michael & Andrea Pace • Maggie, Miles, Keeghan, Caden, Carsyn & Declan • Violet & Calvin Diehl • Finn, Marc & Jeannine Walker • Anika Lawless • Robin • Clyde Eitenmiller • In memory of Dick Stenard by Stenard/Sabitt/Wayte Families • Savannah Mills & David Miller • Jeff Morey • Cheryl Milas • David Pace • Stu Barr & Family •  Mountain Rose Herbs

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