Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Bloom Where You're Planted Wednesday

Bald Eagle Watching
Not many people know that 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. The first eagles are usually spotted in December and they migrate back north in March.

If visiting the St. Louis area from December to March, you may want to check out this eagle locator map and visit one of these areas to view our great national symbol.

This is the ultimate experience for the birder or the twitcher.

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