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Birds of Winter: Eagle Sundays

  • Audubon Center at Riverlands 301 Riverlands Way West Alton, MO, 63386 United States (map)
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You're guaranteed to see at least one eagle if you make this day at the Audubon Center at Riverlands an eagle watching adventure. The World Bird Sanctuary will be bringing a live bald eagle for the public to view up close and personal, during this eagle meet and greet. Be sure to bring your camera. Learn about eagle watching, how to spot eagles, where to look, and what brings the eagles here each winter. After this personal encounter you can pick up an official All Around Alton Eagle Watcher's Guide and set off along the Great River Road to see eagles in their natural habitat.

Times: 10 am - 4 pm

Free

For more information call 1-800-258-6645 or 636-899-0090
 or visit www.Riverlands.Audubon.org

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There are approximately 2,000 eagles that migrate to the Middle Mississippi River Valley, making the region's overwintering population the second largest in the continental United States behind the Klamath Basin area of southern Oregon and northern California. Learn more about the Bald Eagles in the Middle Mississippi River Valley.

Explore the Meeting of the Great Rivers Scenic Byway

Earlier Event: January 26
Bald Eagle Festival
Later Event: January 27
Pere Marquette Eagle Days