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Eagle Watching In Pulaski County USA

by Katie Dreadfulwater
Pulaski County Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center
Visitor Services Representative

I have always loved bird watching and enjoy nature whenever I can, so I guess I could be called a nature nerd. 1,688 more words


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Visiting the Eagle Family, and other wonders

It is a wondrous thing
to know people
who call and say
something like,
May I come over
and would you take me to see… 132 more words


Bird Watching

If you love watching birds, the Inn is where you will want to be.

All winter we have had bald eagles in the area, but as spring approached, so did the eagle population. 128 more words

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EAGLE WATCHING: Event Held At Gray's Lake

Cold temperatures aren’t keeping the birds away although it did discourage people from coming out to watch them.

The Department of Natural Resources held an educational eagle watching event at Grays Lake Friday morning. 65 more words


Eagle Days

Okay, this was more of a scouting mission than a field trip, but here’s the scoop on eagle watching at the Chain of Rocks Bridge during the annual Eagle Days celebration:  basically, if you want to see eagles, wait until it’s really cold outside, cold enough to make the rivers freeze, so that the eagles are forced to small pockets of open water, in this case the chain of rocks in the water that parallels the bridge for easy viewing.   810 more words

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