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Bald Eagle Day

Saturday, January 27, 2018

The Tulsa Audubon Society is teaming up with the Jenks High School Ornithology Program to once again host the annual Tulsa Eagle Day event on Saturday, January 27. The event is FREE to the public and geared toward adults and children alike. See the full schedule below:

The Outdoor Watch is 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. on the Jenks Pedestrian Bridge. Use the parking lot on the Jenks/West side of river, located at Riverfront Drive and "B" Street. (There is also a smaller overflow parking lot down below the main one.)

Join us afterward for Indoor Live Raptor Presentations at Jenks High School for informative presentations and live bird displays. Make a day of it, browse the exhibits, purchase pizza by-the-slice for lunch.

Presentations are located from 10:00am - 2:00 pm at Jenks High School, Building,  6205 E "B" Street, Jenks. From Tulsa, take Riverside Drive (south), turn right (west) onto the 96th Street Bridge into Jenks. Continue straight, turn right (north) onto 1st Street, cross "B" Street intersection and continue into central campus. Building 6 will be on your left. Watch for Eagle Day signs.

 


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Click here for more information about the history of Eagles in Oklahoma, their natural history, and the efforts of Tulsa Audubon to protect them.

Images from the Past Eagle Days Celebration

   

 

 

Click here for more information about the history of Eagles in Oklahoma, their natural history, and the efforts of Tulsa Audubon to protect them.

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