Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area

The Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area is located southwest of Columbia. This 4,286-acre area is known for shorebird and migratory game bird viewing. Seasonally flooded wetlands attract numerous species of birds, making this a top site for birdwatchers and migratory game bird hunters. The Missouri River flows along the western border of the area and Perche Creek flows along the easter border.
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6700 W. Route K
Columbia, MO 65203

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Open Year-round
Partially Wheelchair Accessible
Smoking Allowed Outdoors Only
Fishing
Pets On Leash Allowed

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