Some native American rituals call for eagle feathers, wings, or even the head. But it's illegal to kill eagles. It’s even against the law to possess a feather without a permit. So where do indigenous people turn? Well, the way most Native Americans get feathers and other eagle parts is through the National  Eagle Repository in Commerce City, north of Denver. Ryan Warner speaks with Bernadette Atencio, the repository's supervisor.

[Photo: National Eagle Repository]