2015 Lake Of The Ozarks Eagle Days January 3 4 2015
Dated: December 15 2014
Get out your coats, hats and gloves for one of the most popular winter events at the Lake of the Ozarks. Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days will return for its 15th year at the Lake on Saturday, January 3, 2015 and Sunday, January 4, 2015. The first live eagle program held in 1999 attracted 651 participants. Last year, over 3,700 people attended to make it one of the most successful Eagle Days in years past.
At School of the Osage Heritage Elementary two programs will be given by Dickerson Park Zoo. The first is the Owl Program. The second program is the Day Shift (Hawk), Night Shift (Owl) and Garbage Gal (Turkey Vulture). The shows will begin at 9:30 am on Saturday and 10:30 am on Sunday rotating every hour. School of the Osage Heritage Elementary will also have activities for kids, coloring contests, and vendors.
This event is FREE (except for small charge for the boat cruise) and open to the public. The event will be from 9am – 5:30 pm on Saturday, January 3th and from 10am – 4:30 pm on Sunday, January 4th. It is the community spirit of the Lake of the Ozarks that makes this annual event possible for all to enjoy.
For more info go to: http://www.lakeoftheozarkseagledays.com/index.html
Schedule of Events for Eagle Days:Willmore Lodge
Wild Eagle Viewing
Bagnell Dam Access
Wild Eagle Viewing, Free Hot Chocolate, Eagle Nest Building, Rope Making
Osage National Golf Resort
Hourly Live Eagle Programs by World Bird Sanctuary
School of the Osage Heritage Elementary
Hourly Live Owls of Missouri Programs &
Day Shift, Night Shift and Garbage Gal Programs by Dickerson Park Zoo
(The two shows will rotate hourly)
Coloring Contest & Photo Contest
Lake of the Ozark Eagle Days is made possible by the Lake of the Ozarks Convention & Visitor Bureau, Lake Area Chamber, Osage National Golf Resort, FaceLift Marketing, School of the Osage, Missouri Master Naturalist – Lake of the Ozarks Chapter and Boy Scouts of America. For questions about Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days please call 1-800-386-5253.
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