Eagle Adventure draws hundreds


Aquila, a rehabilitated golden eagle keeps an eye on his handler, Dickerson Park Zoo docent Sue Schuble during Saturday's Eagle Adventure presentation at Runge Nature Center in Jefferson City.

Aquila, a rehabilitated golden eagle keeps an eye on his handler, Dickerson Park Zoo docent Sue Schuble during Saturday's Eagle Adventure presentation at Runge Nature Center in Jefferson City. Photo by Kris Wilson.

More than 300 people came through the Runge Nature Center in Jefferson City on Saturday to learn about, and view, eagles in the Mid-Missouri area.

At the annual Eagle Adventure, the nature center held activities and programs, as well as directed people to three viewing areas to see eagles soaring in the wild.

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