Jan 13, 2017 - Jan 14, 2017
The Bald Eagle is not only our national symbol, it is also symbolic of our ability to save and preserve species. Each winter, the Ozarks plays host to over 100 bald eagles migrating to and through this prime eagle wintering ground. Bull Shoals-White River State Park annually celebrates their arrival with our Eagle Awareness Event. This will be your chance to get out and see eagles, various other birds of prey, and migratory birds in the wild as expert Rangers, Naturalists, and Park Interpreters take you within viewing distance. In years past, most visitors to this event have spotted eagles in the wild. Other common sightings on the tours include ospreys, waterfowl, herons, loons, owls, and other winter wildlife.
This year’s guest speakers will include Tim Ernst, a local Nature Photographer and Author who will be premiering his latest Book “Arkansas My Own Backyard”. Howard Davis a Master Falconer, Bird Rehabilitators from the Raptor Rehab of Central Arkansas and the Little Rock Zoo, who will showcase a live mature Bald Eagle and other birds of prey, all within arm’s reach.
A detailed schedule will be available soon.
For more information contact the park at (870) 445-3629, e-mail email@example.com, or visit us on the web at www.ArkansasStateParks.com/bullshoalswhiteriver