Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

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Frankie, a bald eagle with Operation Wildlife, sits upon his perch during Eagle Days presentations Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 7 and 8, in Parad…

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

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At the Clay County booth at Eagle Days, natural resource staff engage with the audience while showcasing a variety of animals like turtles, sn…

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

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Father and son, David and Philip Body of Parkville, check out the Clay County Parks booth at Eagle Days this past weekend at Smithville Lake. …

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

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Audience members Grace and Liam Maloney of Mission Hills, Kansas hold up a rope to demonstrate the wingspan of female bald eagle during an Eag…

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

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A packed crowd of hundreds fills Paradise Pointe Golf Complex’s clubhouse for a presentation on bald eagles during Eagle Days, held Saturday a…

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

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Not just eagles were on display during Eagle Days. At the Clay County Parks and Recreation booth, displays of animal pelts like this skunk wer…

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

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An example of a speckled kingsnake also drew lots of visitors to the Clay County parks booth at Eagles Days this year.

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

Eagle Days take flight at Smithville Lake

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In addition to eagles, other predatory birds like this owl at the Wings of Love booth were available for viewing at Eagle Days this past weeke…

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