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State Lakes Host Eagle Watches (Jan 03, 2011)

It’s the time of year to see a bald eagle in Oklahoma. The best place to view the national symbol is at one of the state’s many lakes.

Watches at Lake Thunderbird led by a naturalist are Jan. 8from 1-4 p.m. And then again January 22nd at the same time.

The watch events take place at Discovery Cove Nature Center, off Highway 9, 15 miles east of I-35 at the Clear Bay entrance.

More viewing opportunities are online at the Oklahoma Dept. of Wildlife Conservation’s eagle watch web page.

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