A golden eagle at Hogle Zoo checks out pictures of her pals on the shirts of Salt Lake Golden Eagle players Marc Bureau and Martin Simard, who waded through knee-deep snow into the bird's cage to pose for a picture with her. The Screamin' Eagles Booster Club, longtime supporters of Golden Eagle hockey, adopted the bird as part of the zoo's adopt-an-animal program. The club will give the zoo $250, the estimated cost of feeding her for a year. The bird is one of two golden eagles at the zoo. Federal law allows zoos to keep predatory birds only if they can't survive in the wilderness. This bird was given to the zoo six years ago by the Division of Wildlife Resources. Her wing was permanently damaged by bullet wound. The bird, estimated to be between eight and 10 years old, should live to be 35 years old, zoo officials said.