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Eagle Days

Eagle Days draws crowds despite cold weather

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Despite chilly winds, hearty birds and bird watchers both turned out in good numbers for Eagle Days at Squaw Creek.

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American Bald Eagle

Eagle Days event planned at Smithville Lake

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Bald Eagle

Eagle Days planned at Squaw Creek

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Eagle Days at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge the first weekend in December.

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Eagle Days Squaw Creek Presentation

Eagle Days Squaw Creek Presentation

Eagle Days at Squaw Creek offers educational presentations with live captive eagles and chances to view wildlife through spotting scopes at observation points near the marshes.

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Eagle Days Squaw Creek Viewing

Eagle Days Squaw Creek Viewing

Eagle Days at Squaw Creek offers educational presentations with live captive eagles and chances to view wildlife through spotting scopes at observation points near the marshes.

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Eagle Days Squaw Creek Presentation

Eagle Days welcomes wildlife watchers to Squaw Creek refuge

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American Bald Eagle catching a fish

Eagles Days set at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge

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Eagle Days at Squaw Creek Dec. 3 and 4 will feature nation’s symbol and thousands of waterfowl.

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Red maple leaves in fall color

Early fall colors tinge foliage in Kansas City and northwest Missouri

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Scarlet and purple are not bashful this autumn in the Kansas City region. A blush is already on many maple trees and ash trees.

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fishing for goggle-eye and smallmouth bass

Early summer fishing can be good in ponds and small lakes

Ponds and lakes become lively places in early summer as bluegills and bass chase bugs and minnows, a good thing for anglers.

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eastern coachwhip

Eastern Coachwhip

Coluber flagellum flagellum
This large, slender, nonvenomous snake usually escapes in an explosive burst of speed. It is fast-moving and thrashes when captured, which led to the stubborn myth that this snake can whip a person to death.

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