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Clarksville’s Eagle Days is the oldest Eagle Days in Missouri. Starting in the early 80s Missouri Department of Conservation began holding eagle days as a way to educate the public about the Bald Eagle, at that time on the Endangered List. Clarksville was chosen because of the wintering bald eagle population.
Programs are every hour on the hour, lasting about 20 to 25 minutes and are held in the “Appleshed.”
Spotting scopes will be set up in Riverfront Park for viewing; also the Visitor Center will be open for warm viewing. Viewing Season can be enjoyed Dec. through March every year!
For more information, call 573-242-3771 or Missouri Conservation Department at 660-785-2420.
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