"Golden Eagles" Dinner at the Lake on Saturday, October 12, 2013 at the Audubon Center of the North Woods near Sandstone, MN.
The Audubon Center of the North Woods invites you to a wonderful dinner in our beautiful lakeside dining hall, followed by a presentation on Golden Eagles. Jennifer Drayna of the National Eagle Center will talk about the natural history of Golden Eagles and give tips on how to properly identify the 2 species of North American eagles. Once thought only a rare or accidental visitor to Minnesota and Wisconsin, we now know these elusive raptors can  be found in the winter  months in the bluffs and valleys along the Upper Mississippi River Valley. The National Eagle Center's Golden Eagle Project conducts annual survey and uses satellite tracking to better understand the migration patterns, habitat use and needs of
these wintering golden eagles. Learn more about this project and meet a live eagle ambassador during this program.

Reservations are required (320-245-2648). More info can be found at www.audubon-center.org.


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54165 Audubon Dr., Sandstone, MN 55072
320-245-2648, Fax: 320-245-5272
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