At home they're fed beef, sheep and goat meat (what the families are eating). When they're out hunting the falconers keep sheep and rabbit meat with them, to give the eagle immediately after a kill, in order to get her away from the fox or rabbit in order to preserve the pelt. This will then be used for making clothing for the family.
Usually from six to ten years, then they're released to become wild eagles again. Sometimes the eagle is given a gift of thanks, and Balapan, the focus of 'The Twelfth Eagle,' was given a small piece of cloth tied to her leg, for her to remember her people and for others to see that she was returned to the wild, and not to try catching her.
The annual festival the first weekend of October is in the town of Bayan-Ulgii, in western Mongolia. There's another, smaller festival in the nearby village of Sagsai, that takes place in September. This year the Sagsai Festival is Sept. 17 & 18, and the Ulgii Festival is October 1st and 2nd.
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