Clinton, IA. Eagle watch Jan 4, 2020

If you have been on Pool 8 watching the Swan migration, you will have noticed that the American Bald Eagles are abundant wherever water is open. Eagle Watches have been a traditional Winter celebration along the length of the Mississippi River. The first of our announced dates is for CLINTON, IA.  The Eagle Watch will be Jan 4, 2020 at Lock and Dam 13.

Booths, etc. will be at Clinton Community College, Iowa.  Bus will run between the two to save parking, etc.  Scouts will have food there to sell.  We will have
coffee, etc. at the Corp. building to warm you up.  David Stokes from WI
will be the guest speaker.  If you would like the flyer, please e-mail astraight4@frontier.com

Eagles on ICE by Richard Middleton

Eagles on ICE by Richard Middleton

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  1. For Almost 40 Years, Iowans Have Been Gathering To Spot Bald Eagles At This Unique Festival On The River Did you know that Iowa is one of the top places in the nation to spot bald eagles? Year after year, people gather along the river to watch these impressive birds of prey hunt, fish, and build their nests. One community on the water celebrates with an annual festival dedicated to our national mascot. This year, the Clinton Bald Eagle Watch will be held on Saturday, January 4, 2020, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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