Kaw Valley Eagles Day
January 25, 2014
Come One! Come All!
We're Celebrating the Eagles' Return
Almost ready to take flight!images/slides/slide01.jpg
Busy dissecting owl pellets.images/slides/slide02.jpg
Stan Roth and Company at the pellet table.images/slides/slide03.jpg
Barred Owl from Prairie Park Nature Center.images/slides/slide04.jpg
Much to discover at the event.images/slides/slide05.jpg
Eagles making eagles!images/slides/slide06.jpg
Fishing Clinton Lakeimages/slides/slide07.jpg
Birds in the "Bullpen" for presentation.images/slides/slide08.jpg
In the field at Clinton Lake viewing eagles.images/slides/slide09.jpg
The annual Kaw Valley Eagles Day, sponsored by the Jayhawk Audubon Society, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and Unified School District 497, will be held January 25, 2014 in Lawrence, Kan. With the support of our sponsors, we will celebrate the return of bald eagles to area lakes and rivers. There will be live bald and golden eagles and other wild critters to help us appreciate the return of these glorious animals.
It’s an event for the whole family, featuring lots of hands-on educational and fun activities for kids. Visit this link to view the schedule for this years’ presentations by renowned experts. Mark your calendars now and plan to attend this year’s event!
And best of all, it’s FREE!
Eagles Day is held at Free State High School, 4700 Overland Drive, one block north of the intersection of 6th St. and Wakarusa Drive.
A map can be found here.