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Discover nature and enjoy Eagle Adventure activities at MDC’s Runge Nature Center in Jefferson City, and eagle viewing at Marion Access on the Missouri River Jan. 26.
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MDC invites public to Eagle Adventure at Runge Nature Center Jan. 26

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Jan 16, 2019

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) encourages Missourians to discover nature this winter with an iconic American raptor: the bald eagle. Runge Conservation Nature Center will offer Eagle Adventure activities on Jan. 26 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., including lobby activities for all ages, and live eagle presentations at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., and 2 p.m.

Visitors who want to see these powerful birds of prey in the wild can take a short trip from Runge Conservation Nature Center to MDC’s Marion Access on the Missouri River. Weather permitting, staff will have spotting scopes set up at the access for viewing eagles in their natural habitat. 

“Bald eagles have a way of capturing our attention and our hearts – for many good reasons,” said Runge Conservation Nature Center Manager Kevin Lohraff. “The Eagle Adventure activities at Runge Nature Center and Marion Access offer the opportunity for people to see live eagles up-close, to learn about them, and to observe them in the wild. What a great way to celebrate one of Missouri’s conservation success stories!”  

The Runge Conservation Nature Center is located at 330 Commerce Drive in Jefferson City, and Marion Access is just a short drive up Highway 179 at Marion.

For more information about Eagle Adventure events, call the nature center at (573) 526-5544.

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