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Golden Eagles: Insights into Their Ecology, Behavior, and Conservation

March 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Golden Eagles inspire awe and wonder with their size and grace. They are fierce hunters with talons larger than your hand, and a sharp beak capable of ripping thick hides. They are also gentle, thoughtful creatures who step carefully around their downy white chicks and choose to specialize in different prey based on the region they inhabit.  Sunriver Nature Center & Observatory recently said goodbye to their long-time resident Golden Eagle Aquila. The first Twilight Talk of 2024 will highlight her amazing legacy as well as some information on what makes this species so astounding. Join us on March 9th at 7:00 p.m. for Golden Eagles: Insights into their Ecology, Behavior, and Conservation. This lecture is free, with an optional donation to the Aquila Memorial Fund: https://snco.org/support/aquila-memorial/


Sunriver Nature Center and Observatory
57245 River Rd
Sunriver, 97707
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(541) 593-4394
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