Local Audubon Society visits Eagle Watch

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

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Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Joe Neal, area bird expert, looks for wading birds in the mudflats along SWEPCO Lake on Saturday during a Northwest Arkansas Audubon Society fieldtrip to the Eagle Watch Nature Trail on Saturday morning (Feb. 3, 2018). About 40 people were out for the bird-watching event.

Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Joe Neal, area bird expert, looks for wading birds in the mudflats along SWEPCO Lake on Saturday during a Northwest Arkansas Audubon Society fieldtrip to the Eagle Watch Nature Trail on Saturday morning (Feb. 3, 2018). About 40 people were out for the bird-watching event.

GENTRY -- Approximately 40 bird watchers -- members and guests of the Northwest Arkansas Audubon Society -- visited the Eagle Watch Nature Trail on Saturday to view eagles and a variety of woodland and shorebirds. And, though there may not have been as many birds as most hoped, they did get to view a variety of birds, including a bald eagle, hawks, cormorants, gulls and more.


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