Saturday, January 9, 2010

Eagle Days in Missouri

It's too late to go to Eagle Days, by the Missouri Department of Conservation,at Smithville Lake, but there are other opportunities coming up through the end of the month. Click to find out where you can go see eagles and hear about the growing population of the national bird in Missouri.

Missouri's winter eagle watching is spectacular, and we hope you'll join us at any of the following locations to view our national symbol in the wild. If you can't make it to an Eagle Days event, look for eagles in the wild at one of the locations listed below. From late December through early February, watch for eagles perched in large trees along the water's edge. View early in the morning to see the eagles flying and fishing.


Lots of good information about bald eagles in Missouri is available here.

Here's an earlier blog post, too, that is full of good information about bald eagles in Phelps County.

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