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And he proposed to fix it by putting in a new lens.The lens of the eye, be it human or eagle, sits just behind the cornea and the iris.
After all, he’s not like a bird in the wild that needs perfect vision to survive.The main difference between our vision and theirs, though, lies not in the lens but on the retina. If you had another fovea in each eye, you’d be able to see both your thumbs and the central image at the same time and with the same resolution. But not if the bird’s lens isn’t transmitting any light.Our acute vision is limited to a tiny area of densely packed photoreceptors--one in each eye--called the fovea. Over one and a half million Americans each year get their cataract-riddled lenses replaced with artificial ones.When that happens, a protein that was once distributed uniformly through the lens gets concentrated in light-scattering cataracts.Bald eagles have more to lose from cataracts than we do; their vision allows them to spot a scampering rabbit from an altitude of hundreds of yards.Even when God doesn’t answer our prayers as we’d like, He gives us the grace to cope with our problems and tragedies better in any case. Our Lord Himself said “ask, and you shall receive” (John ).
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But eagles and their kin have two foveae in each eye, says Christopher Murphy, an avian vision specialist at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Until Papa’s operation last February, though, the procedure had never been done on a bald eagle.
Papa was first anesthetized, and his talons were wrapped in towels.
Two polypropylene loops curving out of either side of the lens pressed up against the inner wall of the sac, anchoring the lens in place. His acuity is probably not as good as it once was, says Wood.