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Flight of Freedom: Missouri's Eagle Population Is the Nation's Second Largest during Winter
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TitleFlight of Freedom: Missouri's Eagle Population Is the Nation's Second Largest during Winter
AbstractPhotos and article about the migration of eagles (including bald eagles, the national symbol since 1782) to Missouri each winter, making Missouri's eagle population the second highest in the nation during this season. Also description of specific places to view bald eagles such as Smithville Lake and Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge.
AuthorJason Dinwiddie
DateDecember 2001
SourceMissouri Life
Locationq977.8 M6793
Volume28
Number6
Page32-35
Local SubjectBirds
Animals
Ecology
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID123087
CONTENTdm number18839
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