Explore Golden Eagles During Coffee & Conversation, Feb. 27

Coffee & Conversation
Every Monday, 10:30-11:30 AM
St. Charles Public Library
**Special Program: Golden Eagles with the National Eagle Center on Monday, February 27**

Have you ever wondered “How do researchers track Golden Eagles?” or “How can you tell the difference between a Bald Eagle and a Golden Eagle?” The answers await you in an engaging and entertaining Golden Eagle program held at the St Charles Public Library on Monday, February 27, 2023, at 10:30 am!

Come learn all about Golden Eagle identification and research from the National Eagle Center, the world’s premier resource for impactful eagle education and experiences. Photographs are welcome!

The National Eagle Center is an interpretive center located on the Mississippi River in Wabasha MN and is home to 5 permanently injured raptors. These resident raptors, four Bald Eagles and one Red-tailed Hawk now serve as ambassadors in educational programs in Wabasha and beyond.

This project has been funded by the people of Minnesota through the Arts and Cultural Heritage Library Legacy fund, in cooperation with SELCO – our regional library system.

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